NASHVILLE – The Tennessee Titans continued their interview process on Tuesday as they searched for a new general manager. has been confirmed.
The next general manager will be the 15th in franchise history to succeed John Robinson. who was fired December 6, 2022, after over six seasons of work.
Chief of the Titans Ryan Cowden When Monty Ossenfortin Cleveland Glen Cookin San Francisco Lan Cartonin Chicago Ian Cunningham and in Arizona Quentin Harris Interviewed last week.
Ossenfort accepted the job As general manager of the Arizona Cardinals on Monday, he reduced the number of candidates by one. But the Titans are the only NFL team looking for a general manager. No more making quick decisions.
all titans will continue to introduce all candidates during interviews.
present location: Senior Director of Pro Scouting/Buffalo Bills.
Previous positions: Assistant Director, Pro Scouting/Arizona Cardinals (2014-17); West Area Scout/Arizona Cardinals (2008-14); Midwest Area Scout/Arizona Cardinals (2005-08); Scouting Assistant/Indianapolis Colts (2003-05) .
Career highlights: In six seasons in the Buffalo front office, the Bills have made the playoffs five times and reached the conference championship in 2020. During his time in Arizona, the Cardinals reached the Super Bowl in his 2008 season. He broke into the personnel ranks working under Colts Hall of Famer Bill Polian.
note: In 2014, his final season as an area scout, he was named the Fritz Pollard Alliance’s NFC Scout of the Year. did an interview. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Rehabilitation Psychology from Southern University and was also a defensive back for his team in football. In his final college season, Southern was a black college football national champion, and was undrafted in 1994. He played three seasons with the Vikings, during which he started one game. , he recorded one interception. He also played briefly in Canadian football his league.