KENNETH SULLIVAN | The Associated Press Washington coach Kevin Snyder is expected to stay at Baylor, a source familiar with the situation told The Associated Post on Tuesday.
Snyder, who has been at Baylor for 11 years and won the Big 12 Conference Coach of the Year Award in 2015, is in the final year of his contract and is eligible for a fifth year at the school.
Snyder is a member of the board of trustees of Baylor University.
He will remain as an assistant coach.
His contract will expire after the 2018 season.
Snyder’s tenure at Baylor was short-lived.
The Bears won the BCS title in his first season, but he was fired the following year amid infighting and a loss of star quarterback Bryce Petty.
The next season, Snyder was fired as coach of the Dallas Cowboys.
Snyder led Baylor to its only national championship in football history in 2019.
He was fired by the Cowboys in December.
Snyder left the Cowboys following the season, becoming an assistant at LSU in 2018.
He spent two seasons with the Green Bay Packers.
Snyder was the NFL’s head coach of special teams in 2016.
His successor, Tom Clements, was hired in May to be the interim head coach for the Browns.
He took over for Hue Jackson after the 2017 season.
He led the Browns to a second-round bye in the playoffs.
Snyder coached the Texans to a first-round playoff loss in the 2017 AFC title game to the Indianapolis Colts.
The Texans won their first playoff game in franchise history.