NASHVILLE Not nearly like clockwork but consistent nonetheless since end of the regular season, the Tennessee Titans have opened the door and shown four assistant coaches and their front-office leader the way out.
Exodus from head coach Mike Munchak's staff actually started before season's end. In late November, offensive coordinator Chris Palmer was fired with five games remaining.
Since the disappointing 6-10 season ended with a home win over Jacksonville, Munchak has also pink-slipped Alan Lowry, the 17-year OilersTitans assistant and special teams coach, linebackers coach Frank Bush, running backs coach Jim Skipper and tight ends coach John Zernhelt.
None of the four firings has been acknowledged by the Titans via press release, official website posting or direct comment from Munchak or other Titans officials. The Titans' website still had each assistant listed on staff as late as Wednesday afternoon. A Titans official said Wednesday that Munchak would address the media onc...