Unsurprisingly, Brian Flores already appears to be a coveted head coaching candidate.
Only four days after being fired by the Miami Dolphins, Flores reportedly completed interviews for the Chicago Bears and Houston Texans' head coaching jobs on Friday.
The Bears fired head coach Matt Nagy and GM Ryan Pace on Monday after their 6-11 season. Nagy went 22-27 in three years with Chicago while Flores went 24-25 with Miami during the same span.
Houston parted ways with first-year head coach David Culley on Thursday. The Texans went 4-13 in Culley's lone season with the organization.
New England Patriots assistant Jerod Mayo also is rumored to be a top candidate for the Texans job.