Titans to keep Munchak as head coach

Updated: December 31, 2012

Mike Munchak will remain the head coach of the Tennessee Titans for the 2013 season.

Titans owner Bud Adams confirmed it to the Tennessean on Monday, a day marked
by rampant head coaching and front office firings across the NFL. Adams,
though, has fired senior executive vice president Mike Reinfeldt, according to
the paper.

Munchak had replaced Jeff Fisher, who parted ways with the franchise after 17
seasons, back in February of 2011. However, the 52-year-old former offensive
lineman led Tennessee to a 6-10 record this season and has a 15-17 mark
overall since taking the reins.

Tennessee had begun the year 1-4 and Munchak fired offensive coordinator Chris
Palmer, replacing him with quarterbacks coach Dowell Loggains for the

The Titans finished the year 20th in offense with 330 points, but ranked dead
last in the NFL by allowing 471 points.

General manager Ruston Webster will also be retained, with the Tennessean
reporting that he is expected to have an increased role in personnel decisions
with Reinfeldt no longer in the fold.