Texans Quarterback Coach on Auburn's Radar
Patrick D. Starr
According to the Houston Chronicle's John McClain, Auburn University is interested in Houston Texans' quarterback coach, Greg Knapp. Knapp just finished his second year with the Texans, and had a huge impact on the development of T.J. Yates.
Texans quarterback Matt Schaub is quick to give praise to Greg Knapp on helping him the past two seasons as a signal caller. Knapp was instrumental in keeping Schaub, Yates and Matt Leinart in tune with the offense, and tested them daily mentally and physically.
Knapp has spent 17 seasons in the NFL and 9 seasons at the collegiate level (Sacramento State) where he also played quarterback for the Hornets for 4 seasons. With success for the Texans, you can expect teams at the college and professional level to take a look at the Texans coaches.
Knapp's Coaching Timeline
2010-2011: Quarterbacks: Houston Texans
2009: Offensive Coordinator: Seattle Seahawks
2007-2008: Offensive Coordinator: Oakland Raiders
2004-2006: Offensive Coordinator: Atlanta Falcons
2001-2003: Offensive Coordinator: San Francisco 49ers
1995-1997: Offensive Quality Control: San Francisco 49ers
1991-1994: Asst. Head Coach/ Offensive Coordinator, Sacramento State
1989-1990: Wide Receivers, Sacramento State
1986-1988: Running Backs: Sacramento State