In a shocking development, the Titans and head coach Jeff Fisher have decided to part ways, not long after owner Bud Adams had said Fisher would finish out his contract.
The Titans' defense is in a state of flux after the loss of two assistant coaches.
The question isn't whether new DL coach Jim Washburn will help the Eagles but by how much, one Washburn colleague tells PFW.
The Titans have parted ways with Chuck Cecil, their defensive coordinator the past two seasons, after ranking 26th in the league in yards allowed per game last year.
The Vikings worked toward completing their coaching staff, bringing on Jeff Davidson as their offensive line coach and Craig Johnson as their quarterbacks coach.
The Eagles have hired Jim Washburn as their defensive line coach. He previously held the same position with the Titans.
More improvement is necessary from the Titans' defense, and the need to find help this offseason is clear.
Titans RB Chris Johnson has been added to the AFC Pro Bowl roster, replacing Maurice Jones-Drew of the Jaguars, who is out with a knee injury.
Despite a 6-10 record in 2010, Jeff Fisher will return in 2011 as the Titans' head coach, the team reported on Friday.
With the Titans having committed to trading or releasing Vince Young, they could have a drastically different look at quarterback next season.
The Titans will trade or release QB Vince Young, owner Bud Adams said Wednesday.
Peyton Manning broke two NFL records Sunday and set up Adam Vinatieri for a 43-yard field goal as time expired to give the Colts a 23-20 victory over Tennessee and their seventh AFC South title in eight years.
The Titans have some intriguing young players at wide receiver and tight end, and rookie Damian Williams could challenge for a bigger role next season, the way we hear it.
The NFL has announced time changes for several key Week 17 matchups.
Matt Cassel threw three touchdown passes and Eric Berry returned an interception 54 yards for another score and Kansas City romped past Tennessee 34-14 Sunday.