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Ex-Jaguars head coach Mike Mularkey will join the Titans' coaching staff.
Mularkey will either be Tennessee's quarterbacks or tight ends coach under Ken Whisenhunt. The 52-year-old was out of coaching in 2013 after lasting just one season as the Jaguars head coach. Mularkey has previously coached tight ends in Pittsburgh, Tampa Bay, and Miami and played the position professionally. Sun, Jan 19, 2014 12:53:00 PM

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Chargers TEs coach Jason Michael will interview for the Titans' offensive-coordinator vacancy.

New coach Ken Whisenhunt is dipping into the Chargers' well for possible sidekicks. An NFL assistant since 2005, Michael has been with the Chargers since 2011. He served as the 49ers' QBs coach in 2010. Whisenhunt has already said he'll call his own plays, so whomever he hires as offensive coordinator will be more of a caddie than overseer in 2014. That would allow Michael to develop on the job before perhaps earning an expanded role in 2015.
Wed, Jan 15, 2014 04:46:00 PM

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports ex-Bucs QBs coach John McNulty is a "name to watch" as Titans offensive coordinator.

The Titans just hired Ken Whisenhunt as head coach Monday. McNulty was part of Whisenhunt's staff in Arizona, serving as quarterbacks coach in 2012. He was previously Arizona's wide receivers coach for three seasons under Whisenhunt. McNulty then jetted to Tampa Bay to work for pal Greg Schiano in 2013. McNulty served as Rutgers OC in 2008. Whisenhunt will likely call his own plays in Tennessee, so the OC hire isn't as important.
Mon, Jan 13, 2014 08:25:00 PM

Titans promoted QBs coach Dowell Loggains to offensive coordinator.

Dave Ragone has been moved from receivers coach to quarterbacks coach, replacing Loggains in the latter role, while Shawn Jefferson will take over for Ragone with the Titans' wideouts. Loggains closed out the 2012 season as "interim" offensive coordinator, after the dismissal of Chris Palmer. It was a small sample size, but the offense showed little improvement under Loggains.
Thu, Jan 17, 2013 06:00:00 PM

Titans offensive consultant Tom Moore has "no plans" to remain with the team in 2013, and will seek a coordinating job.

The Titans' coordinator position is technically open, but Moore expects interim OC Dowell Loggains to be retained. "They have their coaching staff set there at Tennessee, and I don’t want anybody’s job," Moore said. Peyton Manning's offensive coordinator from 1998-2008 (and a "consultant" in 2009-10), it's possible Moore is eyeing a reunion in Denver, but that's pure speculation. Moore turned 74 in November.
Wed, Jan 16, 2013 04:02:00 PM

Updating a previous item, former Bears OC Mike Tice will not be interviewed for the Titans' offensive coordinator vacancy.

Perhaps Bud Adams flipped on some 2012 Bears tape. It sounds like the Titans' OC job is going to Dowell Loggains, although that's not set in stone just yet. Tice will probably resurface elsewhere as a line or tight ends coach.
Fri, Jan 4, 2013 11:54:00 PM

Jim Wyatt of the Nashville Tennessean "expects" Titans interim offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains to be given the full-time job in 2013.

The choice may not be popular with Titans fans. Chris Palmer was fired as offensive coordinator after the team started 4-7 and ranked No. 24 in offense. Loggains, the quarterbacks coach, took over on an interim basis, and the offense didn't show much improvement. We'll give him the benefit of the doubt, though, as the Tennessee offensive line lost four starters to injury. Jake Locker was playing with a bum left shoulder, and Kenny Britt was never 100 percent. Ex-Bears OC Mike Tice and Titans consultant Tom Moore have also been linked to the job.
Thu, Jan 3, 2013 11:12:00 PM

Titans will interview ex-Bears offensive coordinator Mike Tice for the same position in Tennessee.

Tice was promoted from line coach to coordinator in Chicago prior to the 2012 season, and the unit finished No. 28 in total offense. Tennessee wanted to interview Tice last season, but they were denied permission and Tice was subsequently promoted. Tennessee fired Chris Palmer as the team's OC at midseason. Tom Moore, a team consultant, is also considered a candidate for the job.
Thu, Jan 3, 2013 09:15:00 PM

Titans consultant Tom Moore is a "potential candidate" to serve as the offensive coordinator next season.

Moore, known for helping develop Peyton Manning in Indy, is 74. But according to Titans coach Mike Munchak, he "wants to be an offensive coordinator. He feels excited. He feels he’s got a lot of energy. He feels great about it." If Moore does get the promotion, Dowell Loggains will go back to his quarterbacks coach position. Former OC Chris Palmer was fired after the 11th game of the season.
Wed, Jan 2, 2013 09:34:00 AM

The Nashville Tennessean suggests senior executive VP and COO Mike Reinfeldt was fired because he didn't take the Peyton Manning pursuit seriously enough last offseason.

Owner Bud Adams made it clear last March that he would move heaven and earth to draw Manning back to Tennessee, but Reinfeldt was focused on his tag-team of veteran Matt Hasselbeck and prospect Jake Locker. Adams wasn't sure if Reinfeldt even clued GM Ruston Webster and Mike Munchak into the owners' plans to aggressively target Manning in free agency.
Tue, Jan 1, 2013 01:25:00 PM

The Titans will retain head coach Mike Munchak for 2013.

It's a mild surprise after cantankerous, soon-to-be 90-year-old owner Bud Adams routinely slammed his team's performance during the season. However, Adams is the same owner who stuck with Jeff Fisher for 17 years, so he clearly values stability. Coming off a 6-10 season where his team was outscored by 141 points, Munchak will have a lot to prove in his third year in Nashville. The Titans also announced that GM Ruston Webster has been retained, although front-office executive (and former GM) Mike Reinfeldt has been let go.
Mon, Dec 31, 2012 11:59:00 AM

Owner Bud Adams will take time to meet with his advisers in the front office before determining the fate of coach Mike Munchak.

"I still have to talk to my people there," said Adams, "and see where we are going, what's been going on there and why we haven't won more games like we did this one." According to the Nashville Tennessean, "indications are" Adams will end up keeping Munchak for another season after finishing 6-10 in 2012.
Mon, Dec 31, 2012 09:36:00 AM

According to the Nashville Tennessean, the Titans will not fire head coach Mike Munchak this offseason.

"They're going to keep [Munchak]. Get used to it," says David Climer of the Tennessean. The basis for Climer's argument is that owner Bud Adams, 90, is simply too old to go through a rebuilding process just two years after he handed the keys to the car to Munchak. The Titans are 5-10 heading into Sunday's game against the Jaguars, and they are coming off a 55-7 embarrassing, blowout loss to the Packers in Week 16. Munchak's contract runs through 2014, but his assistants' deals expire after 2013. So, changes are expected to be made from the coordinators and on down.
Sun, Dec 30, 2012 08:58:00 AM

Chris Palmer was reportedly fired in part due to a "disconnect of sorts" between the coordinator and his players as well as some position coaches.

Palmer is a bit of a relic, having spent the 2010 season in the UFL and last coordinating an offense in 2005 before joining the Titans. Jared Cook and Chris Johnson, in particular, have voiced displeasure over the direction of the offense. Palmer's play-calling came under fire at times and the players and assistant coaches were reluctant to buy into his approach. The Titans' skill-position talent has gone to waste under Palmer. According to NFL Network's Albert Breer, the organization had lost faith in Palmer's ability "to be creative in general, and sharp enough on game day in particular." New coordinator Dowell Loggains, who started his career under Sean Payton, is seen as a "rising star in the profession."
Tue, Nov 27, 2012 03:50:00 PM

Titans fired offensive coordinator Chris Palmer and replaced him with QBs coach Dowell Loggains.

The 4-7 Titans are coming off a loss to the lowly Jaguars on Sunday where they scored just 19 points against one of the league's worst defenses. Tennessee entered Monday as the league's No. 24 offense, ranking No. 20 in passing and No. 19 in rushing. Loggains is in his fifth season on the Titans' staff and his third as QBs coach. Palmer lasted just over a season-and-a-half in Tennessee. He is known as a QB guru, but Jake Locker showed little development under his watch. Loggains, highly regarded by Titans insiders for his intelligence and rapport with players, drew interest from the Bears prior to the 2012 season. "Munchak loves him," a source told ESPN Chicago last January. "(He's a) great guy, very smart, up-and-coming guy."
Mon, Nov 26, 2012 10:10:00 PM

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