March 17, 2018

Report: Houston Texans Interested In David Shaw

According to the Houston Chronicle’s John McClain, the Houston Texans are interested in current Stanford Cardinal Head Coach David Shaw. Shaw took over at Stanford when Jim Harbaugh left for the San Francisco 49ers, and since that departure he has put together two Pac-12 (2012, 2013) championships.

Shaw has NFL experience with the Philadelphia Eagles, Oakland Raiders and Baltimore Ravens where he spent time as quality control, quarterback and wide receiver coach from 1997- 2005. Shaw has been at Stanford since 2007, starting as the offensive coordinator and having a hand in Andrew Luck’s growth as a quarterback at Stanford. Since becoming the head coach, he has put together a 34-6 record since 2011 with a BCS win in the Rose Bowl in 2012.

Shaw has made it clear he wants to stay at Stanford to build Stanford even more as an elite power in college football. He has been considered for some potential college positions, but when the NFL comes knocking and with an Owner like McNair, the money and opportunity could be too good to pass up.

Also, the Texans have expressed interest in Lovie Smith and Ken Whisenhunt who have both been to the Superbowl as head coaches.

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