Don Bosco Prep grad to be named general manager of Houston Texans

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Don Bosco Prep grad to be named general manager of Houston Texans

Former Don Bosco Prep standout Brian Gaine, a Class of 1991 product, is reportedly set to be named the next general manager of the Texans, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.

Meanwhile, Gaine will be hired to replace Rick Smith, who took a year-long leave of absence to take care of his wife, Tiffany, who's undergoing treatment for breast cancer, and their three children. He's interviewed for openings with the Bills, 49ers, Eagles, Bears and Jets. Prior to that, he was the Texans' VP of player personnel. He started with the New York Jets, and five years later he moved on to work with the Dallas Cowboys from 2005 to 2007 and then with the Miami Dolphins from 2008 to 2013.

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Gaine interviewed Tuesday at NRG Stadium, one day after Jimmy Raye III, the team's vice president of football operations/assistant general manager.

Gaine has 19 years of National Football League personnel experience and has been a sought-after interviewee for GM jobs in the recent past. It was the program's last state title until the Ironmen's run of dominance began in the early 2000s under coach Greg Toal.

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The Texans were a woeful 4-12 last season, but they ended the season on a six-game losing streak after rookie quarterback Deshaun Watson tore his ACL. The Browns will select fourth overall in place of the Texans.

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