O'Brien, 31-33 in Houston, is entering the final year of his contract in 2018.
Houston Texans general manager Rick Smith announced Sunday that he will take an extended leave of absence in order to care for his ailing wife.
No Injuries as Israeli Tanks, Jets Strike Hamas Positions in Gaza
Palestinians were enraged by Trump's declaration, viewing it as siding with Israel on the most sensitive issue in the conflict. Six missiles reportedly fired at "two Hamas positions" after interception of rockets by Israel's missile defence system .
Smith's decision to step away comes amid reports of discord with head coach Bill O'Brien. They have been to the playoffs four times and won three postseason games.
After another insane offseason that included the unloading of Osweiler and trading up for DeShaun Watson, the Texans finally appeared to have some clarity and direction for the team going forward, but rumors of a poor relationship between coach and management persisted.
Facing backlash, Congress MLA Asha Kumari apologises for slapping woman constable
Sources said even the Congress President expressed concern over the incident and told the Congress men to have patience. On this, Asha Kumari said that she was abused by the constable and she was compelled to use her hands.
Houston lost arguably its best player in J.J. Watt, as well rookie quarterback Deshaun Watson, who proved to be quite the playmaker before getting injured. It's nearly certain that the franchise's front office will take that into consideration when discussing O'Brien's future, as injuries have absolutely had an effect on Houston's lack of success in 2017. It seems O'Brien will return, and along with him, the return of Watson.
The drama surrounding the Houston Texans internal battle between GM Rick Smith and coach Bill O'Brien has temporarily resolved itself with an unfortunate twist.
Church shootout kills 1 militant in Egypt's Helwan
A bomb explodes in a Coptic Christian church in Alexandria as worshippers depart a midnight mass, killing more than 20 people. Two gunmen opened fire on worshipers in a Coptic church in the Helwan City district south of Cairo on Friday.
The great news is, Watson will have O'Brien, whom he prefers, coaching him next year.
- Gay activists troll Vice President Pence with sign: 'Make America gay again'
- County Officials Warn Of Increase Influenza Activity Statewide; Offers Safety Advice
- LG starts rolling out Oreo to the V30 in Korea
- Vikings beat Chicago to clinch first-round bye
- Russian Federation denies North Korea sanctions breach claims
- A timeline of Viswanathan Anand's world titles
- Z & Beyonce Appear To Confess Everything In Dramatic 'Family Feud' Teaser
- Husband in Custody, Cops Suspended in Young Brooklyn Mother's Stairwell Death
- World Health Organization consider recognizing "gaming disorder" as a mental health condition
- 'The Last Jedi' Celebrates NYE By Passing $1B At The Box Office