Bobby Slowik, the Houston Texans' offensive coordinator, has signed a new contract.

The Houston Texans will not lose offensive coordinator Bobby Slowik after all. Despite multiple interviews for head coaching positions, including the final two opportunities with the Seattle Seahawks .

Washington Commanders, Slowik chose to stay with the Texans on a new contract, according to Sports Illustrated's Albert Breer. The new agreement apparently includes increased remuneration.

Slowik's comeback is a significant boost for the Texans, particularly quarterback C.J. Stroud.

Slowik designed an offence that is well suited to Stroud's strengths, and he is a major reason why Stroud is a Pro Bowler and a contender for NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year. 

 He was a top head coaching candidate for several teams, but he will now remain in Houston for at least one more season.

While this is good news for the Texans, it may signal the departure of quarterbacks coach Jerrod Johnson. 

He had two interviews with the New Orleans Saints for the vacant offensive coordinator post, but the other positions he interviewed for were already filled.

Slowik leads the offensive operation, but maintaining Johnson would be extremely beneficial to the Texans' 2024 bid.

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