The NFL’s search for the best and brightest players is at an impasse as owners look for the right fit.
The league has yet to decide on a new head coach, a top executive or an executive vice president, but the league has been talking with multiple candidates for the top job.
The latest was recently reported to be Tennessee Titans owner Bud Adams.
The search has reportedly been on since the end of the NFL lockout and could still be ongoing.
The search for an NFL commissioner began as a long-standing league initiative and will now move forward.
In the meantime, the league is keeping its eyes on the biggest names in the sports world, including some who are not currently in the game.
One of those names is the former head coach of the Los Angeles Rams, and while he has yet inked a contract, his name is reportedly being floated.
According to the Associated Press, Adam’s name has been floated by several teams.
But he has not signed a contract.
His name was also mentioned by several media outlets in the past, and he was considered the top candidate in the process for a new job.
He also coached the New York Giants for a decade and was a member of the Philadelphia Eagles for four seasons.
The former head football coach of Stanford, Adam has coached in the National Football League since 1997.
He has a career record of 18-27 and the Los Angels Rams are 8-5 this season.
The NFL’s Board of Governors will meet on Monday in Chicago to discuss its next steps, including a potential expansion into the United States.
The league has a total of 39 teams, and the first two teams, the Arizona Cardinals and Seattle Seahawks, are scheduled to join the league.
The current NFL commissioner, Roger Goodell, has been a leader in trying to improve the game in the United Nations.
The board, in turn, has sought to establish the same standards as the NFL.