The Titans added a pair of assistant coaches to their staff on Monday.
The Titans this week promoted a number of front-office individuals into roles that best suit each individual, the way we hear it.
The Titans announced their promotion of Mike Reinfeldt to chief operating officer and Ruston Webster to general manager on Wednesday.
The Titans hired Brett Maxie as the team's new secondary coach on Monday. Maxie just finished his fourth season with the Cowboys.
The Titans signed TE Craig Stevens to a four-year contract extension. He played in 15 games with 11 starts last season.
The interior of the Titans' offensive line struggled this season. While flip-flopping C Eugene Amano and OLG Leroy Harris could help, we hear it is unlikely to happen.
WR Derrick Mason will retire after 15 seasons in the NFL. The two-time Pro Bowler will finish his career with 943 receptions for 12,061 yards and 66 touchdowns.
The Titans' shakeup in the secondary this offseason will include replacing coach Marcus Robertson, whom head coach Mike Munchak dismissed on Wednesday.
The Dolphins announced Tuesday that they interviewed former Titans head coach Jeff Fisher for their head-coaching position.
Titans defensive coordinator Jerry Gray will interview for the Buccaneers' head-coaching job, according to Rick Stroud of The Tampa Bay Times.
The Rams reportedly will get an early crack at former Titans head coach Jeff Fisher.
Matt Hasselbeck threw two touchdown passes and the Titans kept alive their playoff hopes with a 23-22 victory over the Texans on Sunday.
Titans second-year DE Derrick Morgan is playing his best football, but he is not getting to the quarterback, a problem Tennessee is expected to address in the offseason.
Titans coach Mike Munchak, rumored to be one of the leading candidates for the vacancy at his alma mater, Penn State, said Wednesday he is not interested in the job.
The Browns, Seahawks and Bills will not make the playoffs but have foundations for success, thanks to their 2011 rookie classes.