bengals_009The NFL Panthers went up for sale Sunday night. About two minutes after the announcement (slight exaggeration), the first unsolicited offer came through Twitter, from hip-hop giant Diddy.

The artist made headlines in October when he tweeted that he wanted to buy the entire league. At the time, he was trying to show support to NFL players who were staging protests during the national anthem. Buying one of the league’s 32 franchises would be a far more serious idea.

And if he wants a local face to represent the franchise, he already has an option: NBA star Stephen Curry, who volunteered himself to be part of Diddy’s ownership group.

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O’Brien said he has “no idea” how the rumors he’d quit even began. He added that he has a “good relationship” with Texans general manager Rick Smith. The Texans have dealt with numerous injuries this season — most notably to defensive end J.J. Watt, outside linebacker Whitney Mercilus, running back D’Onta Foreman and quarterback Deshaun Watson.

“I’m in there grinding, watching tape,” O’Brien said. “I have to come in here and answer the questions, and like I said, I’ll never resign as the head football coach of the Houston Texans. So, that’s basically where that’s at, and I don’t know where these — I didn’t even read the story, I was told about it a little bit. So, I’m not sure where they come from. I think probably the best thing to do would be to ask the person who wrote it. Wouldn’t that be the smartest thing to do? To ask the person who wrote it where they get their info.”

When told “sources” generated the resignation rumors, O’Brien again questioned the story’s origin.

“What is your source? I don’t know where those things come from,” O’Brien replied to a reporter in Houston. “Like I said, I will never resign as the head football coach of the Houston Texans.

“Like I said, you asked me, it’s going back to your first question, you said, ‘You could quit.’ I’m not a quitter. I was raised in a family that believed in family, faith, education and never quit. So, I never will.”