Mike Munchak is out as head coach of the Tennessee Titans.
Munchak, who went 22-26 in three seasons leading the Titans, was fired today, Chris Mortensen of ESPN reports.
Titans President and CEO Tommy Smith spent Friday meeting with Munchak and Titans General Manager Ruston Webster, and at the end of the day the team released a statement saying no final decisions had been made. Apparently a discussion on Saturday led to the determination that Munchak would not be back.
Smith took over the franchise after his father-in-law, longtime owner Bud Adams, died during the 2013 season. There were reports that Smith wanted Munchak to make significant changes on his coaching staff.
Now the most significant change of all has been made: Munchak is out, and the Titans are looking for a new head coach.