Titans request interview with Justin Outten for a job on their offensive staff

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The Titans want to interview Broncos offensive coordinator Justin Outten for a job on their offensive staff, Tom Pelissero of NFL Media reports.

Outten called plays for the Broncos in the final two games of the season after the team fired Nathaniel Hackett.

Outten began his NFL coaching career in Atlanta in 2016 as an intern before earning a promotion to offensive assistant, a job he held in 2017-18. He was the Packers’ tight ends coach from 2019-21 before following Hackett to Denver.

The Titans fired offensive coordinator Todd Downing last week.

Tennessee finished 28th in points scored and 30th in yards in 2022.

3 responses to “Titans request interview with Justin Outten for a job on their offensive staff

  1. I guess the Titans do not realize Denver had one of the worst offenses in the league last season? Take him. He’s yours.

  2. Interesting that with him calling the plays they averaged 28 points a game (the last two). Where they took the Chiefs to the end, in Kansas City, and then beat a playoff team, at home.
    Quite the conundrum for Denver. Do you take a risk and keep the guy, and bring in an HC and force them to work together (which almost never happens)? Or take the risk of letting what seems like a young riser who got a chance too late in Denver to change their trajectory… walk away.

  3. Looking at the last 2 games in DEN with him calling plays, I think its safe to say that he wasn’t the problem there….

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