The Houston Texans could perhaps earn a unique receivers coach in 2020.
As the Texans chase on from John Perry, the crew will give Robert Prince a shot at coaching receivers, in step with Aaron Wilson of the Houston Narrative. The 2020 Detroit Lions interim coach coached the set aside for the NFC North club since 2014, spanning the coaching tenures of Jim Caldwell and Matt Patricia.
Prince, 55, received his first NFL coaching job with the Atlanta Falcons in 2004 as an offensive assistant, coaching running backs and tight ends. In 2006, Prince was an assistant quarterbacks coach, working with Michael Vick, forward of he left as fraction of the dwelling-cleaning when the Falcons fired coach Jim Mora.
For the next two seasons, Prince labored with the Jacksonville Jaguars as their assistant receivers coach, and Jacksonville made the playoffs in 2007, beating the Pittsburgh Steelers on the avenue within the AFC wild-card.
In 2009, Prince was with the Seattle Seahawks within the similar capacity forward of going abet to the college ranks with a coaching gig in 2010 with Colorado as their receivers coach and passing sport coordinator.
In 2011, Prince was with Boise Suppose as their receivers coach. From 2012-13, Prince was their offensive coordinator forward of going to Detroit, getting abet within the NFL ranks.
Perry had been the Texans’ receivers coach since 2017 and was the tight ends coach for the club from 2014-16, fraction of former coach Bill O’Brien’s celebrated personnel.