New reports indicate there are more twists to the saga involving Kentucky defensive coordinator Matt House.

On Friday, ESPN NFL insider Field Yates reported that House was leaving to join the Kansas City Chiefs staff. Saturday, however, Matt Jones of Kentucky Sports Radio said that the initial reports were premature and that signs were pointing to House staying in Lexington with the school later making the news official. New reports offer more details on the situation.

According to Yahoo! Sports senior NFL writer Terez A. Paylor and NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, the reason House is staying in Kentucky is because UK opted to not let him out of his contract after initially agreeing with Kansas City to negotiate the buyout. Both reports say House wanted to join the Chiefs staff.

House joined Mark Stoops’ staff in 2016. He was promoted to defensive coordinator in 2017.