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NFL: Titans sack head coach Munchak

Head coach Mike Munchak was fired Saturday by the Tennessee Titans after three seasons in charge of the National Football League team. The Titans won nine games and lost seven in Munchak's first season, then slipped to 6-10 in 2012 before a slight rebound to seven victories this year. Munchak had been with the franchise since 1982 as both a star player and coach. He was chosen to play in nine Pro Bowls and named All-Pro twice. In 2001, Munchak was inducted into the hall of fame.

NFL: Titans sack head coach Munchak

Head coach Mike Munchak was fired Saturday by the Tennessee Titans after three seasons in charge of the National Football League team. The Titans won nine games and lost seven in Munchak's first season, then slipped to 6-10 in 2012 before a slight rebound to seven victories this year. Munchak had been with the franchise since 1982 as both a star player and coach. He was chosen to play in nine Pro Bowls and named All-Pro twice. In 2001, Munchak was inducted into the hall of fame.

Tennessee Titans - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - Tennessee Titans - INSIDE SLANT OK, 1,000 yards isn't what it used to be in the NFL. It's basically 62.5 yards per game, not exactly the numbers of Jim Brown or O.J. Simpson back in the old days when dominant running backs often dominated the entire league.

Tennessee Titans - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - Tennessee Titans - INSIDE SLANT OK, 1,000 yards isn't what it used to be in the NFL. It's basically 62.5 yards per game, not exactly the numbers of Jim Brown or O.J. Simpson back in the old days when dominant running backs often dominated the entire league.

Tennessee Titans - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - Tennessee Titans - INSIDE SLANT With the playoffs no longer a possibility, the Tennessee Titans have shifted into a a different mindset when it comes to evaluating the quarterback position. On Tuesday, the Titans released John Skelton, who had been signed a few weeks ago when Jake Locker went down with a season-ending foot injury.

UPDATE 1-NFL-Williams, reinstated after bounty affair, joins Titans

* Former Saints coach returns to where he started NFL career * Williams will be monitored by NFL to confirm compliance (Adds quotes, details) By Larry Fine Feb 7 (Reuters) - Gregg Williams, banned for orchestrating the New Orleans Saints' bounty program, was reinstated by the NFL on Thursday and hired as a defensive coach by the Tennessee Titans, vowing he would find "positive ways to inspire."
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