Texans Hire Rick Dennison As Their New Offensive Coordinator

The Texans are coming off another non-playoff season, and today they made a move to upgrade the offense, and it came in the form of hiring Rick Dennison as the teams new offensive coordinator.

After spending 24 years in Denver as a player and assistant coach, Broncos offensive line coach Rick Dennison is leaving to become the Texans’ new offensive coordinator. Dennison, 51, will be reunited with coach Gary Kubiak. They played together for eight years (1983-90) and coached together for 11 (1995-05). “I’m really excited about this opportunity Gary’s giving me,” Dennison said Tuesday night. “It’s something that doesn’t come along very often. I know Gary very well, and this is another chance to work with him.”

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  1. Texans coach Gary Kubiak completed a day-long interview with Broncos offensive line coach Rick Dennison on Monday for Houston’s offensive coordinator position.