The Houston Texans would like to interview Tennessee Titans offensive line coach Mike Munchak for their vacant offensive coordinator position. But the Titans have put the kibosh on that plan.
“He is under contract and we are not interested in him leaving,” Titans owner Bud Adams said of Munchak. “He is a very important guy on our team and has done a great job working as offensive line coach. We are really pleased with what he has been able to do over the years.”
The Texans’ offensive coordinator position opened up because Houston allowed Kyle Shanahan to leave for the Washington Redskins, where he’ll work for his father, Mike Shanahan.
But while the Texans were willing to allow an assistant to leave, the Titans aren’t. Munchak, who has been with the Titans franchise since they were called the Houston Oilers and he was an All-Pro guard, is staying put.
“A lot of teams might be interested in him, but we want to keep him,” Adams said. “We are proud to have him.”