NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BVM) – The Tennessee Titans surprised the football world Tuesday by firing head coach Mike Vrabel.
Vrabel leaves Nashville with a 54-45 record and three postseason appearances. He led the Titans to the AFC championship game in 2019 but fell short against the Kansas City Chiefs.
The pros that come along with this job are the expected amount of cap space as well as the potential of a young QB in Will Levis. Levis was a second-round pick, so if a coach does not like him, they should not be stuck with him.
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