ESPN and Titans sources are reporting that Owner Bud Adams and Titans Head Coach Jeff Fisher have arranged a meeting for Monday to discuss Coach Fisher’s future with the Tennessee Titans.   Numerous reports are surfacing that an altercation in front of team owner Bud Adams and General Manager Mike Reinfeldt, after the Titans loss to the Redskins at LP Field on Sunday, in which Coach Fisher and Vince Young had to be pulled apart by police officers after Young apparently told Fisher “I am not walking out on my teammates, I am walking out on you”.  Young then stormed out of the building and headed to the parking lot via a players only tunnel.  Young tore a tendon in his thumb, on his throwing hand after hitting it on the helmet of a Redskins defensive player, later on Young could be seen on the sidelines throwing a ball with a glove on and had expressed interest in wanting to go back into the game, it appeared at that time that Young would re-enter the contest to finish out the match.  Fisher however, later stated that he felt Young was not able to throw the ball as well as he would have liked and would not let him enter the game.  Fisher also stated that Vince had shown no interest in returning, these conflicting stories seems to be what caused things to bubble over in the locker room and prompted Vince to throw his shoulder pads and helmet into the stands.  More information will be reported as it comes in, from the look of things right now, Fisher could very well be given his release papers with Offensive Coordinator Mike Heimerdinger coming in as the interim Head Coach.  If Young does end up being released you can expect the Titans to purposely lose the rest of the season to possibly pick up highly touted Stanford Quarterback Andrew Luck.

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