Rapoport added that the issue could potentially be resolved with draft pick compensation, as it seems unlikely that Caserio would want to return to the Patriots after they filed tampering charges against a team that is trying to hire him.
Detroit has ex-New England defensive coordinator Matt Patricia at head coach, as well as a bunch of former Patriots players on the current roster such as Danny Amendola, Trey Flowers, and Justin Coleman.
The team has reportedly identified Patriots director of player personnel Nick Caserio to be their new general manager - if Houston can successfully pry him away from Boston, that is.
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Houston has long wanted Caserio to be part of its organization.
If it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck, it probably is a duck, but the National Football League will investigate to make sure no rules were broken. The league now is expected to gather relevant information to open its investigation against Houston, as multiple media outlets have now reported. According to Schefter, the Texans requested permission to speak with Caserio about their vacancy, but that permission has not yet been granted by the Patriots.
Apparently, the relationship between the Patriots and Bill O'Brien isn't as rosy as we had thought.
Back in 2015, the New York Jets were fined $100,000 for tampering when Jets owner Woody Johnson publicly stated he'd like then-Patriots cornerback Darrelle Revis to come back.