Houston Texans to Interview Los Angeles Rams Coach Brown for HC Vacancy

The Los Angeles Rams could be in line for a mass exodus from their coaching staff. According to NFL Network's Tom Pelissero, the Houston Texans have requested to interview Rams assistant head coach/tight ends coach Thomas Brown for their head coaching vacancy. 

The Rams haven't had demonstrably excellent tight ends or special teams under Brown, but they've been a consistently solid team in all facets (excluding this year), and they've demonstrated themselves to be a solid head coach factory. The Green Bay Packers' Matt LaFleur, the Cincinnati Bengals' Zac Taylor, the Minnesota Vikings' Kevin O'Connell, and the Los Angeles Chargers' Brandon Staley have all found success after serving under current Rams head coach Sean McVay.

Brown earned his first major coaching opportunity as a running backs coach for the Wisconsin Badgers in 2014. He joined the Georgia Bulldogs at the same position in 2015 then moved to the University of Miami for the 2016 season to serve as offensive coordinator/running backs coach. He had one final stint in college as a running backs coach with the University of South Carolina in 2019 before joining the Rams in 2020.

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