Report: Texans to interview Ravens WR coach David Culley

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The Houston Texans continue their cultivation of assistant coaches throughout the league and seek to find the right replacement for Bill O’Brien.

According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the Texans are expected to interview Baltimore Ravens receivers coach David Culley for the coaching vacancy.

Culley has been with the Baltimore Ravens since 2019, and has also functioned as assistant head coach. Culley was also the Buffalo Bills quarterbacks coach from 2017-18, and then was with Andy Reid’s staff from 2013-16 with the Kansas City Chiefs in the same capacity as he is in Baltimore.

Where the 65-year-old spent the majority of his career was with the Philadelphia Eagles. From 1999, the first year Reid coached the Eagles, to 2010, Culley was the receivers coach. From 2011-12, he took on the additional role of senior offensive assistant.

The Texans are also reportedly interested in Buffalo Bills defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier, who also worked with Culley in Philadelphia from 1999-2002.

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