Texans Coach Bill O'Brien, GM Rick Smith Reportedly Have 'Toxic' Relationship
01 January 2018, 02:14 | Nina Mathis
Report Texans will fire either Bill O'Brien or Rick Smith after season
"I have chosen to take an extended leave of absence to focus my attention and intention on my wife's complete recovery from her recent diagnosis of breast cancer", the statement reads.
Bill O'Brien may not be coaching the Texans much longer, and it has everything to do with his relationship with general manager Rick Smith.
ESPN's Adam Schefter tweeted that Tiffany Smith has been undergoing treatments in Arizona; Rick Smith has been traveling back and forth to care for her.
But middle ground between the coach and GM seem so far apart reports the Houston Chronicle's Aaron Wilson, that one or the other likely will be gone before next season. However, the most important thing at the moment is the health of Smith's wife. He's had three 9-7 seasons and won two AFC South titles, but the Texans have collapsed to 4-11 this year after star rookie quarterback Deshaun Watson tore his ACL.
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