As we’ve already discussed on Friday morning, Titans coach Mike Munchak is still waiting to learn if we’re going to have to insert former before the rest of his title.
Bud Adams has passed away, but the Titans have remained a deliberate team when it comes to making decisions about their head coach’s future with the organization. We should start to get some idea about whether Munchak will hold onto the job on Friday, however.
Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean reports that Munchak will meet with Titans CEO Tommy Smith in person on Friday. Chris Mortensen of ESPN adds that the meeting will take place in Nashville with Smith traveling up from Houston and that General Manager Ruston Webster will also be involved.
Wyatt wrote on Thursday night that he believes Munchak will have to make changes to his staff in order to remain the team’s coach and suggested that Munchak propose promoting Gregg Williams to defensive coordinator in place of Jerry Gray. Munchak hasn’t shared any of his plans, so we’ll all just have to wait and see how things play out in Nashville when the discussion finally turns to Munchak’s future.
UPDATE 10:45 a.m. ET: Wyatt reports the meeting will take place in Houston rather than Nashville.