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Titans, Head Coach Mularkey part ways

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The Tennessee Titans and head coach Mike Mularkey have mutually agreed to part ways. This comes just a day ago after it appeared that the two sides were close to a long-term agreement.

Mularkey has been up-and-down with the team in the past few weeks. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, they wanted to make this change all along.

Despite the Titans beating the Kansas City Chiefs during the Wild Card weekend, Mularkey had a “soft stance” on coming back. The Titans owner did not fully commit to him as the future when she made her statement.

Marcus Mariota’s production has stunted under Mularkey. With the weapons available, this is a leading job — and they are expected to target Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels.


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