The NFL’s longest-tenured head coach and former Chicago Bear Jeff Fisher is parting ways with the Tennessee Titans. SI.com reported that this could be officially announced as soon as Friday and that it is currently unknown if this is a firing, resignation, or mutual parting.
Details regarding the terms of Fisher’s departure from the Titans and why he is parting ways was limited. Only a handful of people within the organization are in the know, including Titans owner Bud Adams, Jeff Fisher, Titans general manager Mike Reinfeldt and team general counsel Steve Underwood.
Fisher was the NFL’s youngest head coach (36) when he was named interim head coach late in the 1994 season. Jeff Fisher had coached 16 seasons and ended his career coaching the Titans with a 6-10 season.