The meeting in Houston has come to an end and it looks like Mike Munchak has avoided the axe from Titans CEO Tommy Smith.
Munchak and General Manager Ruston Webster went to Smith’s home base in Texas on Friday for a long-awaited conversation about the 2013 season. Munchak admitted that it was “hard’ not knowing his status and Smith said it was a difficult decision to make, but Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean reports that Munchak will remain the Titans coach in 2014.
Wyatt reports that the group agreed on many undisclosed topics during their conversation and that an official announcement regarding Munchak’s return is expected soon.
With that decision out of the way, the Titans can move on to discuss the other matters relevant to winning more games in 2014. Among them are Jerry Gray’s status as defensive coordinator, with a promotion for Gregg Williams seen as a possibility, and what to do about running back Chris Johnson and his $8 million salary for the 2014 season.