2:25 PM EST, Sat February 13, 2016

Titans open to moving out of draft’s top spot

The Tennessee Titans made it clear that they’re not married to the number one overall pick in the 2016 NFL draft. Titans new GM Jon Robinson made that claim at a press conference this week, as reported by Titans beat reporter Paul Kuharsky. Robinson: “We will look at any and all offers that come this […]
Akron Beacon Journal Jan 18, 2016
Titans GM open to trading No. 1 pick, Mel Kiper labels Cowboys threat to leapfrog Browns at No. 2

Titans GM open to trading No. 1 pick, Mel Kiper labels Cowboys threat to leapfrog Browns at No. 2

Armed with the second overall pick in this year's draft, the Browns would get the first crack at picking a quarterback unless the Tennessee Titans throw a wrench into the equation by trading the first overall selection. It's a scenario worth watching, especially because new Titans General Manager Jon Robinson opened bidding for the No. 1 overall pick Monday during his introductory news conference. We'll look at any and all offers that come this way and make a decision that's best for the football team, Robinson said. If that means sticking and picking, then we're going to stick and pick....
Akron Beacon Journal Jan 17, 2016

Defensive coordinator Ray Horton denies report he’s been let out of his contract by Titans to join Browns

Ray Horton told ESPN and ProFootballTalk.com on Sunday he hasn’t been released from his contract by the Tennessee Titans to join the Browns as their defensive coordinator despite a report to the contrary.Fritz Pollard Alliance chairman John Wooten told the Tennessean that Horton was insulted by the Titans after interviewing for their head-coaching position Saturday, only to be passed over for Mike Mularkey. Wooten also said Horton requested to be let out of his contract, Titans president and CEO Steve Underwood told Horton the request would be granted and Horton would join the Browns.But...
Newark Star-Ledger Jan 17, 2016
Bobby April, ex-Jets special teams coach, to be hired by Tennessee Titans, per report

Bobby April, ex-Jets special teams coach, to be hired by Tennessee Titans, per report

April was fired by the Jets after the 2015 season. The Titans will be his ninth NFL team.

Tennessee Titans hire Mike Mularkey as permanent coach

The Tennessee Titans are keeping Mike Mularkey as their coach. The man who handled the final nine games as interim coach after the team fired Ken Whisenhunt this season was chosen Saturday.
Chicago Tribune Jan 16, 2016

Titans decide to keep interim Mike Mularkey as head coach

The Tennessee Titans have hired Mike Mularkey as their head coach, choosing to keep the man who handled the final nine games after they fired Ken Whisenhunt. The Titans announced Saturday they decided to remove the interim tag, just hours after wrapping up their fourth and final interview for the...

Titans decide to keep interim Mike Mularkey as head coach

The Tennessee Titans have hired Mike Mularkey as their head coach, choosing to keep the man who handled the final nine games after they fired Ken Whisenhunt. The Titans announced Saturday they decided to remove the interim tag, just hours after wrapping up their fourth and final interview for the...
Akron Beacon Journal Jan 14, 2016

With Hue Jackson, Browns launching searches, ex-Lions GM Martin Mayhew, Titans DC Ray Horton mentioned as targets

The biggest domino fell when the Browns hired Hue Jackson as head coach, but the franchise is just getting started on its makeover.Now the searches for a chief talent evaluator and Jackson’s assistant coaches are underway.The Browns are scheduled to interview former Detroit Lions General Manager Martin Mayhew for their GM position Saturday, and Jackson is targeting former Browns assistant Ray Horton as his defensive coordinator, ESPN reported Thursday.Horton is the defensive coordinator of the Tennessee Titans, and it’s unclear whether they’ll grant him permission to leave, per the...

Bucs' Jon Robinson to be Titans' new GM

Jon Robinson, the Bucs' director of player personnel and Jason Licht's right-hand man, has agreed to terms as the new general manager of the Tennessee Titans, the Times' Rick Stroud confirmed Thursday morning.

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