Texans fire first and only coach Capers
HOUSTON -- The worst season in Houston Texans history cost Dom Capers his job.
Owner Bob McNair fired the only coach the expansion Texans ever had Monday, a day after Houston finished its season with an NFL-worst 2-14 record.
"I'm totally committed to producing a winning team and I'm going to do everything within my power to see that we do that," McNair said. "I think that we're very close to being a good team, but we have work to do."
The Texans, who hired former NFL ...
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