The defensive coordinator has been one of the most prominent players in the coaching carousel in recent years. Given how he has interviewed for positions and his personality, it seems he could get a job faster than anyone could have imagined.
Gannon is in the process of being named the next head coach of the Houston Texans, according to an ESPN NFL insider. If hired, Gannon would be hired for, who was fired by the Texans after one season.
One of the best names out there is Jonathan Gannon, who was praised in his interview with the Texans, and is considered by some of the team as the current front-runner for the job, Graziano said.
This season, Gannon's defense became the 10th-ranked unit in the NFL, using the philosophy of not being beaten deep and forcing offenses to move downfield systematically.
Graziano said Gannon had been given very high-profile current and former colleagues with a focus on his ability to connect with the players and his communication skills, allowing them to build connections with everyone around him.
The 39-year-old Gannon is exceling in football, but his skills arent always compatible with those that define a coach's specific defensive or offensive policies.
After a defeat to the Las Vegas Raiders, Gannon heard concerns about a defensive tackle and others' uses in his system. The Eagles eventually turned things around and went on a run that helped him gain a place in the playoffs.
Gannon has been interviewed with the Minnesota Vikings and the Denver Broncos, and has been a liar for the Minnesota Vikings and the Broncos.
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