Report: Panthers, Texans Request Permission To Talk With Nick Caserio About GM OpeningsWith the regular season over, it's now poaching season for other NFL teams. And one team has already come knocking for Bill Belichick's right-hand man: Director of player personnel Nick Caserio.
What Nick Caserio Had To Say About Patriots Five Draft Picks On Day 2The Patriots were busy on Day 2 of the 2020 NFL Draft, selecting five players while pulling off a trio of trades to move up in the process.
Nick Caserio Agrees To Contract Extension To Stay With The PatriotsLast summer, despite a relationship of nearly 20 years, the Patriots and Nick Caserio appeared destined for a split. Things, however, can change.
With McDaniels Returning, Focus Now Shifts To Future Of Nick CaserioBill Belichick won't have to find a new offensive coordinator, but he may have to find a new right-hand man this winter.
Belichick Calls Issue With Texans 'Water Under The Bridge,' But Won't Discuss Caserio's Title With PatriotsBill Belichick and the Patriots aren't holding any lingering animosity toward the Houston Texans after their reported pursuit of Nick Caserio. Just don't ask Belichick about the situation, unless you want to get his usual grumpy response.
The 'Nick Caserio Wants Out' Story Is Now Back To Being A Report, Not Just An OpinionBen Volin said the story was just an opinion, not an actual report. Now, though, Volin is retracting his retraction. He now claims the story is a report.
The 'Nick Caserio Wants Out' Report Was Not A Report At All; It Was OpinionThe story was very straightforward, and given that it was written by NFL reporter Ben Volin, most outlets (including this one) considered the story to be a report. But apparently, this was all just Volin's opinion.
Report: Nick Caserio 'Wants Out Of New England'It was on Monday afternoon that Ben Volin of The Boston Globe reported that "Nick Caserio wants out of New England."
Patriots Reportedly File Tampering Charges Against Texans For Pursuit Of Nick CaserioAfter the Houston Texans made the peculiar decision to fire their general manager in early June, reports surfaced almost immediately that the team would try to sign Nick Caserio away from the Patriots. The Patriots apparently found some fault with the development.
Houston Texans Want To Interview Nick Caserio For General Manager VacancyThe Houston Texans would love to hire Nick Caserio as their new general manager. The only problem is the haven't received permission from the Patriots to chat with their director of player personnel.
Houston Texans Reportedly May Eye Patriots' Nick Caserio For GM RoleWill former Patriots assistant Bill O’Brien take another crack at reuniting with a familiar face? Several NFL insiders anticipate just that.