Panthers Expected To Request Interview With Texans QB Coach Pep Hamilton

According to Ian Rapoport, the Panthers are expected to request an interview with Texans QB coach Pep Hamilton for their offensive coordinator vacancy. 

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Hamilton has drawn attention for his work the past couple of seasons with rookie quarterbacks in particular. 

Carolina is also eyeing former Texans HC Bill O’Brien, among others, for their offensive coordinator vacancy. 

Hamilton, 47, began his coaching career as the QBs coach at Howard back in 1997. He spent five years at Howard and worked his way to offensive coordinator before taking his first NFL coaching job with the Jets in 2003 as an offensive quality control coach.

Hamilton had stints with the 49ers and Bears before he was hired by Jim Harbaugh as Stanford’s quarterbacks coach for the 2006 season. From there, he spent three years with the Colts as their offensive coordinator before being replaced after the 2015 season.

He was the assistant head coach/QBs coach for the Browns in 2016 and returned to Harbaugh’s staff at Michigan in 2017. From there, Hamilton served as the head coach and general manager for the XFL’s DC Defenders before being hired by the Chargers as a QB coach. He joined the Texans in the same capacity in 2021. 

We’ll have more on the Panthers’ offensive coordinator search as the news is available. 

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