Frontrunner Emerges For Texans GM Job

A favorite has emerged in the Texans’ GM search. Bills executive Brian Gaine is the favorite for the role, according to Peter Schrager of (on Twitter). Brian Gaine (vertical)

As shown on PFR’s 2018 NFL General Manager Search Tracker, Gaine appears to be up against Nick Caserio and Monti Ossenfort of the Patriots, Brian Gutekunst of the Packers, Eagles VP of player personnel Joe Douglas, Cowboys VP of player personnel Will McClay, and internal candidate Jimmy Raye III.

Gaine was hired away from Houston last year when he was tabbed to be the Bills’ vice president of player personnel. Gaine spent three years with the Texans and it sounds like he could be poised to return as the head honcho.

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3 comments on “Frontrunner Emerges For Texans GM Job

  1. thomasg1951

    Anyone is better than Smith. Texans draft in 2018 is wIt until next year.

  2. Steven St Croix

    ID like a new voice, someone who hasn’t been in Houston before. Also, super happy Rick Smith is no longer GM.

  3. itslonelyatthetrop

    Nick Caserio might be the GM of the Patriots when Belichick leaves.


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