Matt Jones of KSR was the first to report that Kentucky and house have reached an agreement to leave the school and become the linebackers coach in Kansas City.
Justin Rowland of Cats Illustrated said the Chiefs made a second run at House on Monday, which ultimately led to the Chiefs getting House. It also looks like Kentucky has found his replacement:
KC coach Andy Reid came back to House indicating he was willing to pay the buyout. Difficult situation for House and UK after how things went thr first time around.— Justin Rowland (@RowlandRIVALS) February 12, 2019
Brad White's now the frontrunner to assume the position House vacates.
Got a lot more coming at the HOB.
The first report came out on Friday that House was leaving for Kansas City. But on Saturday, it was reported that House had turned down the job offer and was going to stay at Kentucky.
Then the story had another twist, as it was reported by NFL insiders that House did want to take the Kansas City job and it was essentially done, but Kentucky decided to prevent the move from happening.
Now, it appears linebackers coach Brad White will become Kentucky’s next defensive coordinator.