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  • Sun., Nov. 26, 2017 3:15 PM - 4:00 PM CST Live Postgame Press Conference

    WATCH LIVE as Head Coach Mike Mularkey (and selected players) meet with the media to recap the Titans-Colts Week 12 game, live from Lucas Oil Stadium.

    Sunday, November
    approx. 10 minutes after the game

  • Mon., Nov. 27, 2017 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM CST Live Tennessee Titans Mr. Football Awards "Voice of the Titans" Mike Keith will announce the winners of the 2017 Tennessee Titans Mr. Football Awards, presented annually to the top high school football players in nine classifications of the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association, live from Nissan Stadium.

    Monday, November 27
    1:00 pm ET / 12:00 p.m. CT


Head Coach

The Tennessee Titans hired Mike Mularkey on a permanent basis, removing his interim tag and making him the 18th head coach in franchise history, on January 16, 2016. He initially took over the team as the interim head coach on Nov. 3 and coached the remaining nine games of the 2015 season.

Mularkey has 22 years of NFL coaching experience, including four-plus seasons as a head coach and eight as an offensive coordinator, with coaching stops in Jacksonville, Atlanta, Miami, Buffalo, Pittsburgh and Tampa Bay. In five of his eight seasons as a coordinator, Mularkey’s teams went to the playoffs.




Assistant Head Coach / Defensive Coordinator

Dick LeBeau is in his 59th year in the NFL as a player or coach (46th year) and his third with the Titans.

One of the greatest defensive minds in the game, LeBeau joined the Titans after his second stint as defensive coordinator for the Pittsburgh Steelers for 11 seasons (2004 – 2014). Overall, he spent 13 seasons (1995-96, 2004-14) as defensive coordinator for the Steelers where he served as the architect of the Steelers famed “Zone Blitz,” and the accomplishments during those 13 seasons are staggering: 10 top-five defensive rankings, five seasons as the league’s number one defense (2004, 07, 08, 11, 12), four AFC Championships, two Super Bowl wins (XL & XLIII) and nine playoff appearances.



Assistant Head Coach / Strength & Conditioning Coach

One of the top strength and rehabilitation experts in the NFL, Steve Watterson is in his 32nd season as the Titans’ strength and conditioning coach. He stands as the longest tenured NFL assistant coach with consecutive years working for the same team.



Offensive Coordinator

Terry Robiskie enters his second season as the Titans offensive coordinator.

Robiskie, who has 35 previous years of coaching experience in the NFL, including seven seasons as an offensive coordinator, joined the Titans after spending the previous eight seasons as wide receivers coach with the Falcons.



Assistant Special Teams

Aukerman enters his first season with the Titans as assistant special teams coach, his eighth NFL season and his 18th year coaching. Aukerman joins the Titans after four seasons (2013-16) with the San Diego Chargers working with their special teams, first as an assistant special teams coach (2013-15) and then as the special teams coordinator (2016).



Defensive Assistant

Brandon Blaney enters his second season with the Titans as a defensive assistant and his 22nd as a coach. Blaney joined the Titans after spending two years (2014-15) as the offensive line coach at Iowa State and three seasons (2011-13) as a defensive assistant with the Jacksonville Jaguars.



Running Backs

Sylvester Croom is in his fifth season with the Titans as running backs coach and 26th as an NFL coach. He is no stranger to working with elite talent, coaching a who’s who of running backs in his time in the NFL, including Maurice Jones-Drew, Steven Jackson, Ahman Green, Barry Sanders, Eric Dickerson, Chris Johnson, DeMarco Murray and Derrick Henry.



Defensive Line

Nick Eason is in his fourth season with the Titans and second in charge of the defensive line. In his first two years in Tennessee, Eason served as the assistant defensive line coach. He came to Tennessee after assisting the defensive staff for the Cleveland Browns in 2013.



Offensive Line

Russ Grimm enters his second season with the Titans as offensive line coach and his 23rd year as an NFL coach. Grimm is a member of the game’s greatest fraternity, the Pro Football Hall of Fame, for his 11-year playing career (1981-91) as a guard for the Washington Redskins. He is one of only 14 full-time guards to receive Hall of Fame status. As a player and a coach, Grimm has earned trips to six Super Bowls, including four wins.



Special Teams

Steve Hoffman is in his 28th season as an NFL coach and his fifth with the Titans. Hoffman enters his first full season in charge of the Titans special teams after he took over those duties following the departure of former special teams coach Bobby April on Oct. 3, 2016, for the final 12 games of the season.



Wide Receivers

Jackson enters his first season as wide receivers coach with the Titans and his 10th year of coaching. Jackson, who has NFL experience as a player, joins the Titans with nine years of coaching experience in college. Most recently, he spent two seasons (2015-16) at Temple coaching wide receivers and this past season added the title of Passing Game Coordinator. He worked with current Jets wide receiver Robby Anderson and helped Ventell Bryant break every Owl freshman receiving record.



Assistant Secondary

Steve Jackson enters his 14th season as an NFL coach and second as a coach with the Titans as the assistant secondary coach. Jackson returns to the organization that drafted him in the third round of the 1991 NFL Draft. He went on to play his entire nine-year career (127 games) for the team. During his time (1991-99) as a player with the Titans/Oilers, Jackson tallied 14 interceptions and nine sacks. The final game of his career was Super Bowl XXXIV, as the Titans took on the St. Louis Rams.



Jason Michael is in his 12th season in the NFL, his fourth with the Titans and second as the team’s quarterbacks coach. In his first two seasons (2014-15) Michael was the Titans offensive coordinator. He joined the Titans coaching staff following three seasons (2011-2013) as the tight ends coach for the San Diego Chargers.



Tight Ends

Smith enters his seventh season on the Titans coaching staff, and his second season in charge of the tight ends after taking over the group for the final nine games of the 2015 season. He was the assistant tight ends coach for 2014 and the first seven games of the 2015, assisting Mike Mularkey.




Lou Spanos is in his 23rd year of coaching, his 21st in the NFL and fourth season with the Titans. Spanos joined the staff after spending two seasons as UCLA’s defensive coordinator. Last year saw the Titans rank second in the NFL in run defense, their highest ranking since 2003 and post the second-highest sack total (28.5) by a linebacking corps in the NFL (Arizona, 31.5) in 2016. Brian Orakpo (10.5) and Derrick Morgan (career best 9.0) led the way in sacks and Orakpo earned his fourth Pro Bowl appearance, his first with the Titans



Assistant Wide Receivers

Luke Steckel is in his fifth season with the Titans, his fourth as an assistant coach and first as assistant wide receivers coach. Last year, he assisted Arthur Smith as he worked with the tight end position. The previous two seasons (2013-14) he worked with Sylvester Croom and the running back position. In his first year with Tennessee, he served as the assistant to the head coach.



Assistant Offensive Line

Mike Sullivan is in his 15th year as an NFL coach and his fourth season as assistant offensive line coach for the Titans. He joined the Titans staff after coaching the offensive line for the Cleveland Browns in 2013. Having played the position for a number of years within the league, Sullivan brings experience and insight to his position.




Deshea Townsend enters his second season with the Titans as secondary coach, his fourth season as an NFL coach and 17th year as a player or coach in the NFL. He joined the Titans after three seasons as the cornerbacks coach for Mississippi State. He played the majority of his 13-year NFL career for the Pittsburgh Steelers, including six seasons (2004-09) with Dick LeBeau as the defensive coordinator. Townsend won two Super Bowls (XL and XLIII) as a player with the Steelers.



Assistant Defensive Line

Keith Willis enters his second season with the Titans as assistant defensive line coach and his 23rd season coaching. Willis played 12 years (1982-93) as a defensive end in the NFL, spending time with Pittsburgh (1982-91), Buffalo (1992) and Washington (1993). During his time in the NFL, he totaled 139 games played, 224 tackles and 59 sacks, including a career-high 14 sacks during the 1983 campaign. All of his sacks came as a Steeler and his 59 career sacks still rank sixth-best in the history of the Steelers.



Assistant to the Strength & Conditioning Coach

Tom Kanavy is in his 21st season in the NFL and his third as assistant strength and conditioning coach with the Titans.



Strength & Conditioning Assistant

Taylor Porter is in his second season with the Titans and his ninth year coaching.