Jeff Fisher has left the Tennessee Titans after 16 seasons, ending the longest tenure of any current head coach in the National Football League.
Jeff Fisher , who already has the longest tenure of any current National Football League coach, will remain with the Tennessee Titans for an 18th year.
Tennessee Titans owner K.S. “Bud” Adams died at his home in Houston this morning, the National Football League team said in a statement. He was 90.
Tom Coughlin will return as coach of the New York Giants and Leslie Frazier passed his audition with the Minnesota Vikings. The fate of some of their National Football League colleagues isn’t so secure.
The Tennessee Titans will retain coach Jeff Fisher for next season, owner Bud Adams said in an e- mailed statement. Fisher has been the coach for 16 years.
Ndamukong Suh has become a regular contributor to National Football League charities.
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Quarterback Kerry Collins, who led the New York Giants to a Super Bowl berth a decade ago, retired after a 16-year National Football League career with five teams.
"Jeff has meant a great deal to this franchise and we have reached some incredible heights under his leadership."
- Bud Adams on Jan 07, 2011