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- Dan Reeves Back in the NFL

Chris Pokorny December 13, 2005
Chris Pokorny
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Welcome back to the NFL, Dan Reeves. The former coach of the Atlanta Falcons has been hired as a special consultant to the Houston Texans. Texans' owner Bob McNair has made it clear, however, that Reeves is not being brought in to critique head coach Dom Capers or general manager Charley Casserly. They have also said that Reeves is not a candidate to be considered a head coach for them next year.

"If Bob had talked to me about coming here and being the head coach, I wouldn't be standing here sitting next to Dom saying, 'I am going to try to help Dom,"' said Reeves, who resigned from the Falcons in 2003 after he was told that he would be let go.

Reeves will try and assist the coaching staff with reviewing game film so that the Texans can salvage some of their final games this season. However, with the way they've been playing lately, you'd have to wonder if they really "want" to win.

Reeves will definitely be with the Texans for a few months, and that could include near the 2006 draft, where the Texans are already speculated to take RB Reggie Bush.

"I want to be an asset," said Reeves. "I don't want to be a threat to anybody. I want to be able to give some insights and thought into what I feel like good organizations have done."

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