Report: Texans to keep David Culley waiting for days

No news might not necessarily be good news for Houston Texans head coach David Culley.The first-year coach said Monday he was moving forward from player exit interviews under the assumption he would be back as head coach for the 2022 season.The Athletic reported Tuesday that the Texans are still in the process of reviewing Culley’s performance and might not make a decision until the end of the week about whether Culley ultimately stays or goes.”As far as I know, I’m the head coach of the Texans right now, and am moving forward with that,” Culley said on Monday.Asked if he’d spoken with general manager Nick Caserio or CEO Cal McNair about his status, Culley added, “Not at all, and I will not speak to them, they’ll speak to me.”FOX Sports reported Sunday that Culley would likely be fired with Caserio targeted former New England ally Josh McDaniels as head coach.But even with five openings for head coaches in the NFL known Monday, Houston remained silent. A sixth team, the Las Vegas Raiders, is expected to interview candidates for the job currently held by interim head coach Rich Bisaccia.Culley added Monday that no meeting was scheduled with the team’s brass.