Perry Fewell on the books for interview with Titans


After Perry Fewell came up short on a number of head coaching interviews earlier this offseason, it looked like he’d definitely be back in New York as defensive coordinator next season.

Fewell has one more chance to get a promotion elsewhere.

Adam Schefter of ESPN reports Fewell will interview with the Titans.   Fewell’s interview will satisfy the Rooney Rule, so the Titans will be free to make a hire after he meets with the team.

Mike Mularkey and Gregg Williams are also expected to interview in Tennessee.

Titans owner Bud Adams indicated there would ultimately be five head coaching candidates.  With offensive line coach Mike Munchak and offensive coordinator Mike Heimerdinger having already interviewed, we now have all five.

3 responses to “Perry Fewell on the books for interview with Titans

  1. Does he really need to visit another podunk city where he has no chance of getting hired?

    After flying all around the country satisfying the league’s Rooney rule, I’d tell Adams to go find another token.

  2. what is it about HC candidates that have HC experience ONLY with the Buffalo Bills? Did they do so terrific under Greg Williams? How about Mike Mularkey? Now Perry Fewell. Both Greg and Mike had interviews with the Broncos and cancelled. Now Williams cancels with the Titans. What magic hath the Bills wroth?

  3. As a Giants fan, I’m excited to have Fewell back as our DC in 2011. Zero shot of him coaching the Titans…

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