The Houston Patriots are back once again. The brand on their shoulder was faded. Fortunately for them, Jack Easterby heated the iron, guided Cal McNair’s arm, and signed the bull with a Patriots insignia, fiery and sizzling once again after the Bill O’Brien era wasted everyone’s lives and time for almost six years before it all fell apart this season. After the summer of 2019’s failed experiment, Nick Caserio is finally the general manager in Houston, proving that it’s Jack Easterby’s world and we are all just living in it.
Caserio’s contract is going to be for six years, he’ll average $6 million annually, and I’m sure there’s another six in there somewhere.
Texans' six-year contract for new general manager Nick Caserio averages at least $6 million annually, according to league sources— Aaron Wilson (@AaronWilson_NFL) January 7, 2021
This is going to make Caserio one of the three highest paid general managers in the NFL despite the fact that he’s never been a GM before.
Texans gave new GM Nick Caserio a six-year contract that makes him one of the three highest-paid GMs in the league, per source.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) January 7, 2021
The Texans have their newest, very expensive general manager. Now it’s time for them to find their head coach.