Sources: Fisher Out As Titans Head Coach

The Titans Are Officially Now Out Of Control

Don Banks of SI.com has reported that Jeff Fisher will no longer be the head coach of the Tennessee Titans.

According to the report, it is unclear whether Fisher is getting fired, resigning or mutually parting ways with Tennessee.

Fisher, the NFL’s longest tenured coach, took over the team when they were the Houston Oilers in 1994.

The report comes out three weeks after Titans owner Bud Adams announced that the team and quarterback Vince Young were parting ways.


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One Response to “Sources: Fisher Out As Titans Head Coach”

  1. juswhytee says:

    I was surprised by this move…sounds like it’s a mutual parting.
    So the Titans got rid of both Young & Fisher; who woulda guessed..?

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