Kliff Kingsbury interviewing with Texans for coaching job: reports
HOUSTON - Kliff Kingsbury has reportedly returned to the United States to resume his coaching career after taking a trip to Thailand.
The former Arizona Cardinals head coach is in Houston to meet with the Texans about a potential coaching job, according to multiple reports.
The Texans are in need of an offensive coordinator under new head coach DeMeco Ryans.
Kingsbury was fired by the Cardinals on Jan. 9 following a 4-13 season. In four seasons with the Cardinals, Kingsbury posted a 28-37-1 record.
General manager Steve Keim also left the organization and was replaced by Monti Ossenfort.
After being fired by the Cardinals, Kingsbury reportedly bought a one-way ticket to Thailand and rebuffed teams' interest in hiring him.
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ATLANTA, GA JANUARY 01: Arizona head coach Kliff Kingsbury prior to the start of the NFL game between the Arizona Cardinals and the Atlanta Falcons on January 1st, 2023 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, GA. (Photo by Rich von Biberstein/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)