Titans Launch the Rebuild

01/10/2024 Titans Launch the Rebuild

By: Jeff Yoder

Tennessee Titans Fire Mike Vrabel After 6 Years, 6-24 Record in Final 24 Games

Make it six head coaching vacancies heading into the NFL offseason. The Tennessee Titans fired head coach Mike Vrabel on Tuesday after another disappointing campaign. Vrabel’s Titans found plenty of success in his first four seasons, including four winning records (41-24), but the last two seasons were trainwrecks. The Titans were 7-3 in 2022 before the wheels came off. They finished 7-10 last year and missed the playoffs. This year, it got worse (6-11). Despite the Titans finishing dead last in the AFC South, there were glimpses of greatness from rookie QB Will Levis, who recorded three of those six wins in the last 18 contests. Veteran RB Derrick Henry is expected to move on, as well. The Titans are gearing up to rebuild.


Expect Vrabel to be one of the most highly-coveted head coaches on the market, if not the premier defensive coordinator option for teams searching this offseason. Could the former Patriots player and Bill Belichick protege be linked to a New England return?


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The Ringer: What Does the Mike Vrabel Firing Tell Us About Titans’ Future?


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