Jerod Mayo reportedly could become a ‘leading candidate’ for the Texans’ head coaching role

Jerod Mayo reportedly could become a ‘leading candidate’ for Texans HC

Patriots Brian Flores is also expected to be in the running. Jerod Mayo during the Patriots’ win over the Jaguars on Jan. 2, 2022. AP Photo/Stew Milne

The Bruins defeated the Flyers 3-2 on Thursday. The game was notable for the return of Tuukka Rask, who made his Bruins season debut. David Pastrnak led Boston with a hat trick.

Tonight, the Celtics are in Philadelphia to play the 76ers at 7 p.m.

And on Saturday, the Patriots will be in Buffalo for an AFC wild-card matchup with the Bills at 8:15 p.m.

The latest head coaching search reports: While former Bill Belichick assistants have had a mixed track record over the years, it once again appears that Patriots coaches will be in the running for multiple head coaching vacancies in the NFL.


One name that’s already emerged is inside linebackers coach Jerod Mayo. A former New England linebacker, Mayo’s standing as a possible head coach has grown across the league in the last few seasons. He was interviewed by the Eagles a year ago for a job that eventually went to Nick Sirianni.

On Thursday, NFL reporter Adam Schefter said that Mayo is “expected to emerge as a leading candidate” for the open Texans head coaching role following Houston’s decision to fire David Culley after just one season.

Patriots’ LB coach Jerod Mayo is expected to emerge…

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