The Houston Texans have started the process of interviewing candidates for their vacant general manager position just a day after parting ways with Brian Gaine. According to NFL.com's Ian Rapoport, the Texans are interviewing former Cleveland Browns general manager Ray Farmer.
Farmer has spent time with the Atlanta Falcons as a scout (2002-2005), the director of pro personnel for the Kansas City Chiefs (2006-2012) and as the assistant general manager for the Cleveland Browns in 2013 and their general manager from 2014-2015.
Famer spent time with Texans defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel when both were with the Chiefs. Crennel was the defensive coordinator and head coach during Farmer's tenure as the Chiefs director of pro personnel.
Texans Executive Vice President of Team Development Jack Easterby spent time with Farmer in Kansas City when he was the team chaplain.
Farmer is just the start of the Texans pursuit to interview multiple candidates for the general manager vacancy.
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