The Tennessee Titans pulled the trigger on the rest of their coaching moves today according to Jim Wyatt and John Glennon of the Tennessean, as the Titans have decided to stick with Dowell Loggains as their offensive coordinator going forward and have moved WR coach Dave Ragone to be their QB coach, which makes sense, seems as Ragone played QB.
The Loggains move was expected and surprises exactly no one. Hopefully he’ll prove to be the secret weapon the Titans are hoping he is, with reports of him being an up-and-coming great. Ragone should do a fine job as the QB coach. He was a good WR coach who was liked by players, but will probably do a better job working with Jake Locker.
Replacing Ragone as WR coach is Shawn Jefferson, who just had his contract expire with the Detroit Lions where he was also the WR coach. He seems to be a good hire. Lions’ WR Calvin Johnson has nothing but praise for him. He also has a brief history as an Oiler, being drafted by them in ’91, the same time Munchak was a Titan. It doesn’t seem that he ever made the team though, as his record shows him as a Charger in ’91.
As for the TE coaching position, the Titans have brought in George Henshaw, previously an OL/TE coach and assistant head coach, being a part of the Oilers/Titans organization from 1997-2005.
Sylvester Croom is the new RB coach for the Titans, moving on from the Jacksonville Jaguars. According to Jim Wyatt, Croom has a pretty good reputation.
As for Jerry Gray, all signs point to him keeping his job as the Titans defensive coordinator.
This all is a bit much to digest, so I’ll let you do that down in the comments if you like. As for me, I’m going to sleep on all these moves. Some I like, some I don’t.
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