Five decades into a stellar coaching career, Romeo Crennel has no intentions of retiring.
Rather than stepping aside after being the architect of the NFL's top-ranked defense last season as the Texans' defensive coordinator, Crennel opted to sign a two-year contract to become assistant head coach.
"I like this team, I wanted to be with the guys," Crennel said. "I like the players on this team. I could have retired probably, but I'm not ready to. I got to keep going. It shouldn't be as much stress on gameday."
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