NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Mike Munchak could be at work in LP Field again in 2014 -- as a visiting assistant coach with Houston.
His Hall of Fame playing career unfolded with the Houston Oilers. After that he joined the coaching staff and stayed on as the team's offensive line coach when the Oilers relocated to Tennessee and became the Titans.
He was elevated to head coach in 2011 and fired after three seasons last week.
He interviewed with Penn State for the head coaching job at his alma mater and with the Detroit Lions for a head coaching vacancy.
Now new Texans coach Bill O'Brien is set to interview Munchak for the offensive line coach job in Houston, per John McClain of the Houston Chronicle.
McClain said last week on 104.5 The Zone in Nashville he expected O'Brien to hire Brian Ferentz, but no such move has been announced.