Nick Caserio has only been the GM of the Texans for two weeks, but things aren't exactly going well.
The Jack Easterby drama has been well-documented, but there are also on-field issues like Deshaun Watson and finding a head coach.
Watson reportedly has been upset for weeks, stemming from not being involved in the GM search and recently the team not interviewing coaches he prefers. According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, "there is a growing sense from people in and around the Texans’ organization that Deshaun Watson has played his last snap for the team."
Watson is really Houston's only asset, as it doesn't have a first or second-round pick and not much money to spend this offseason. If Watson is dealt, keep an eye on Miami and New York (Jets), as they have the draft capital to play with.
Then there's the issue of finding a coach.
Schefter also quoted a person connected to the head coach situation who said, "It's gone from the least desirable head coaching job (opening) to the most undesirable head coaching job in the NFL. That's a fact. That's how that job is now looked at by everybody."
Houston reportedly lined up interviews with Bills defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier and Colts defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus this weekend.