NFL Trade Rumors: Texans GM Nick Caserio linked to possible move to Patriots following draft

Since their completion of the 2022–23 season, the Houston Texans have witnessed a stream of change in the organization, and now it might be time for Nick Caserio.

Nick Caserio

The Texans hired DeMarco Ryan as their head coach in February, and Nick may not have as much freedom in decision-making as he did previously. Given the circumstances, there was fallout inside the organization, as the rumor suggests.

As it happens, the water has rolled quite a distance, and the speculation regarding the Texans’ general manager is getting real.

What happened to Nick Caserio?

The 47-year-old has an outstanding record of having a successful career at the front office, and with that caliber come certain demands. However, no solid reason has yet been found that pushed him to leave the Texans after the 2023 draft.

More strangely, he might go back to his old organization, the New England Patriots, from where he left it in 2020. Regardless of the reason for his departure, the new head coach, Bill Belichick, is still there with the Patriots.

Caserio started his executive career in 2001 as the Patriots’ personal assistant. Later, he moved to area scout in 2003 and became director of pro personnel within a year. After four years, he became the director of player personnel in 2008, where he remained until his last day at the office.

In the meantime, he served the Patriots as a coach too; he was an offensive coaching assistant in 2002 and wide receivers coach in 2007. During his 20-year career with the Patriots, he worked alongside the legendary Tom Brady and won the Super Bowl six times.

On the other hand, the Texans might not think too much about it as they seem to have a replacement already in San Francisco 49ers assistant GM Adam Peters. if Adam arrives, he would be another addition to the personnel coming from the 49ers.

Shahbaj Arefin

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Shahbaj Arefin is a professional Sports Content Writer at SportsZion. He mostly covers NBA, alongside NFL and MLB. His favorite basketball player is Michael Jordan. Arefin is also a football enthusiast. He is a die-hard supporter of Argentina and Chelsea FC, frequently posting on Facebook during the their matches.


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