The Houston Texans have hired David Culley as their new head coach, as reported by ESPN, confirming a report by the Houston Chronicle.
Culley, 65, had been with the Baltimore Ravens for two years as assistant head coach, wide receivers coach, and passing game coordinator. The Ravens were 17th in pass offense DVOA in 2020 after ranking first in 2019.
Prior to joining the Ravens, Culley spent two years as quarterbacks coach with the Buffalo Bills. (This means he has worked with Tyrod Taylor, Josh Allen, and Lamar Jackson, so he has experience working with mobile quarterbacks, which could be relevant if Deshaun Watson is still there next year.) Culley also has experience as a wide receivers coach with the Chiefs, Eagles, Steelers, Buccaneers, and several college teams.