Albert Breer reports that Rams QBs coach Zac Taylor will interview for the Cardinals and Broncos’ head coaching positions on Saturday.
From there, Breer says that Taylor is working with timing with the Bengals, but it’s likely that the interview will be on Friday.
Taylor is one of the popular young coaches in the NFL and could garner interest from other teams for head-coaching jobs in the coming weeks.
Taylor, 35, began his coaching career at Texas A&M back in 2008 as a graduate assistant. He was later hired by the Dolphins as their assistant QBs coach in 2012 and worked his way up to offensive coordinator.
The Bengals hired Taylor as their QBs coach/offensive coordinator for the 2016 season and he later joined the Rams as their assistant WRs coach in 2017. Taylor was promoted to QBs coach a year ago.