According the Houston Chronicle’s John McClain, the Houston Texans have agreed to terms with Miami Dolphins quarterback coach Karl Dorrell to become the Texans next quarterback coach. Dorell will be replacing Greg Knapp who left for the Oakland Raiders to become their offensive coordinator. Head Coach Gary Kubiak made in apparent that the Texans would be looking for someone who would be a good fit with starting quarterback Matt Schaub.
Reports from Houston Fox Sports director, Mark Berman, that the Houston Texans are in early talks with Miami Dolphins quarterback coach Karl Dorrell. Dorrell has been with the Dolphins for the past 4 years, as the wide receiver and quarterbacks coach. Dorrell is being interviewed to replace ex-quarterback coach Greg Knapp who accepted the Oakland Raiders offensive coordinator position at the beginning of the week
According to Fox Sports, Houston Texans quarterback coach has been offered the offensive coordinator position under new Oakland Raiders coach Dennis Allen. Allen and Knapp worked together in Atlanta as assistants, and Knapp has been the offensive coordinator for the Raiders before during the 2007 and 2008 seasons, the connections are there.
According to the Houston Chronicle’s John McClain, Auburn University is interested in Houston Texans’ quarterback coach, Greg Knapp. Knapp just finished his second year with the Texans, and had a huge impact on the development of T.J. Yates.