After three seasons in Tennessee, head coach Mike Munchak has been dismissed by the Titans.
Munchak, who's No. 63 is retired with the organization after spending his entire career between the Houston Oilers and Titans, went 22-26 in three seasons leading the franchise. His best mark was a 9-7 season, and second place finish in the AFC South in his first season (2011).
Upon Jeff Fisher's departure, Munchak was elevated to the head coaching job after spending a total of 30 years with the organization as a player and coach. As a player, Munchak (a first round pick out of Penn State) was a 10 time All-Pro selection, and played in 9 Pro Bowls over his 12 year career. A year after retiring from the game (1994), Munchak joined the coaching staff of the Oilers as a quality control coach, and worked his way onto the coaching staff as the offensive line coach three years later. Coaching the hogs up front is where he would the next 14 seasons
Considering his history with the organization, finding a guy with the same passion for the franchise is going to be next to impossible, but with some of the right pieces on place on both sides of the ball, this will be considered by many coaches to be an organization that you're able to come in and compete with right away.
As always, we will have more information as it becomes available.