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Former Arizona Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt was hired as the Tennessee Titans head coach Monday. Whisenhunt leaves his position as the San Diego Chargers offensive coordinator following their loss to the Denver Broncos in Sunday’s divisional playoff matchup.
While former head coach Mike Munchak continues to search for a new job, the Titans have wasted no time finding a new head coach.
Whisenhunt was formerly the offensive coordinator of the San Diego Chargers and Pittsburgh Steelers but was most notably the head coach of the Arizona Cardinals from 2007 to 2012. Whisenhunt led the Cardinals to the Super Bowl in 2009 where he fell short to his former team, the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Ken Whisenhunt (Rob Carr/Getty Images)
With the Titans recent offensive woes, Tennessee was in search of a coach with an offensive background. Whisenhunt will most likely call the plays for Tennessee to coincide with his head coaching duties.
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Even though Chargers offensive coordinator Ken Wisenhunt is the favorite to land with the Lions, another team is very interested. According to Jim Waytt of The Tennessean, the Titans are really interested in Wisenhunt. The #Lions have long been considered the favorite to land #Chargers OC Ken Whisenhunt, but hearing the #Titans very interested — Jim Wyatt (@jwyattsports) January...
I still personally think it’s Whisenhunt’s job to lose. While Ken Whisenhunt is odds-on favorite to pick his next team as HC, Mike Munchak "surprised" Lions with strong interview. Don't ignore — Chris Mortensen (@mortreport) January 12, 2014
What does history tell us about the Tennessee Titans head coaches? In 1994 the Titans hired Jeff Fisher during the season to take over for Jack Pardee whose Oilers team was 1-9 after 10 games. The Oilers won just one more game in the ’94 season. Then from 1995 through 1998, the Oilers finished with one season at 7-9 and three seasons of 8-8 before they finally broke out. The...
With the news breaking that Chargers OC and the Lions’ No. 1 coaching target Ken Whisenhunt agreeing to become the new head coach of the Tennessee Titans, there’s been a huge knee jerk reaction amongst Lions fans and a strong desire to take a leap off the Ambassador Bridge.
But let’s keep some perspective here people. Was Ken Whisenhunt the top target for the Lions this offseason...
Ken Whisenhunt is the new head coach of the Tennessee Titans, an announcement that came barely hours after his Chargers offensive struggled in the divisional round playoff loss to Denver.
Whisenhunt was widely talked about in the week leading up to Chargers and Broncos, however the talk was about the three head coaching interviews he took last week. A few ESPN talking heads chimed...
A person familiar with the decision says the Tennessee Titans have hired San Diego offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt as their new head coach.
The person spoke on the condition of anonymity Monday because the Titans have not announced a decision.
The Titans flew out to San Diego on Friday and interviewed Whisenhunt, who started his coaching career in Nashville at Vanderbilt....
The Tennessee Titans have filled their coaching vacancy. San Diego Chargers offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt is the Titans choice to be their next head coach.
From @mortreport and me: Ken Whisenhunt has accepted an offer to become the next coach of Tennessee Titans.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) January 13, 2014
Whisenhunt was a big part of the Chargers playoff run this season...
ESPN’s Adam Schefter and Chris Mortensen reported Monday evening that Chargers offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt has accepted an offer to become the new head coach of the Tennessee Titans. From @mortreport and me: Ken Whisenhunt has accepted an offer to become the next coach of Tennessee Titans. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) January 13, 2014 Whisenhunt […]
The Tennessee Titans have hired three-time Cleveland Browns interview candidate Ken Whisenhunt as their new head coach.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter and Chris Mortensen first reported the news on Twitter at about 6:15 p.m. Monday. Within the next hour, the Titans officially confirmed the move.
Whisenhunt, 51, had just finished his lone season as the San Diego Chargers offensive coordinator...
(via Getty Image)It’s been a good January for offensive coordinators of losing playoff teams. After the Bengals imploded against the Chargers, the Redskins named Cincinnati offensive coordinator Jay Gruden their new head coach. And following Sunday’s mostly flat offensive performance by San Diego in Denver, Chargers offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt was named the new Titans...
The Tennessee Titans have hired Ken Whisenhunt as their head coach.
The 51-year-old Whisenhunt had been serving as the offensive coordinator of the San Diego Chargers. He had also been linked to the head coaching position in Detroit.
While they struggled on Sunday, the Chargers were one of the NFL’s better offenses with Philip Rivers having a bounce back season and running back...
The Tennessee Titans today hired Ken Whisenhunt to become the 17th head coach in franchise history. Whisenhunt helped revitalize Chargers' quarterback Philip Rivers' career this past season while working as San Diego's offensive coordinator. Other outlets reported that he had interviewed with multiple clubs prior to the Chargers playoff loss on Sunday.With his...
The Titans are trying to find a replacement for the fired Mike Munchak, but one member of the front office spent his Sunday interviewing for the general manager job in Miami.
The Dolphins announced that Titans V.P. of Player Personnel Lake Dawson interviewed for the vacancy, capping a busy three days of conversations with candidates to take over after Jeff Ireland’s departure...
Well it looks like the Detroit Lions were a day late and a dollar short when it came to securing San Diego Chargers’ offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt. The former Chargers’ OC agreed to terms Monday night to become the Tennessee Titans new head coach.
The team made the announcement on Monday night via their Twitter account, who needs press releases anymore.
Alex Marvez of Fox Sports is reporting that Mike Munchak will be the latest coaching candidate to interview with the Cleveland Browns.
Source tells @FOXSports that Mike Munchak is interviewing today for @Browns head coaching job
— Alex Marvez (@alexmarvez) January 13, 2014
Munchak was fired after three seasons and a 22-26 record as the head coach of the Titans.