The Jacksonville Jaguars are set to interview former NFL head coach Bill O'Brien on Thursday for their opening, NFL Network reported.
O'Brien served as Alabama's offensive coordinator in 2021.
O'Brien, 52, went 52-48 in six-plus seasons as head coach of the Houston Texans. He was fired after an 0-4 start to the 2020 season. He took on the role as general manager in his last one-plus seasons in Houston, trading away DeAndre Hopkins in a controversial move. He led the Texans to the playoffs four times, going 2-4.
O'Brien also went 15-9 in two seasons as the head coach of Penn State.
The Carolina Panthers are reportedly interested in O'Brien for their offensive coordinator opening.
--Field Level Media