Former Bear Jeff Fisher Parting Ways With Titans

The NFL’s longest-tenured head coach and former Chicago Bear Jeff Fisher is parting ways with the Tennessee Titans. 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.

  • Mike Leahy

    Good player. Good coach. Good man. Jeff won’t be out of work for long. I’d like to see him coach the Bears, but that can’t happen after Lovie’s season. Good luck to him.

  • guppy

    perfect. he get time off,theres no football 2011,lovie contract expires after 2011 and poof..welcome back to the bears jeff. no more dumb coaching decisions. this guy may not win every year but he doesnt lose a game for his team. angelo was talking extension. see if the talks calm down and they let lovie ride then youll know. lovies one season dont mean squat. analyze it. easy schedule,healthy team and beat a 7-9 team in the playoffs. but he lost last 3 years. if he loses next year thats 4 out of 5 years losing. this year wont make up for that record. guppy is back!!!!!!!!!!!!

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