Mike Vrabel fired by Titans after consecutive losing seasons in NFL

Time Of Info By TOI Desk Report   January 10, 2024   Update on : January 10, 2024

Mike Vrabel
Mike Vrabel. Photo: Screengrab

Mike Vrabel, head coach of the Tennessee Titans, has been sacked in a surprise after a second consecutive losing season in the NFL, the team announced on Tuesday.

The Tennessee Titans fired coach Mike Vrabel on Tuesday although he might have had trade value to other teams with a head-coaching vacancy, reports BBC and CNN.

Titans Owner Amy Adams Strunk came up with an announcement of the move and called the decision.

When Mike Vrabel was hired in 2018, he proved to be an immediate success with the Titans. He brought four consecutive winning seasons for the team.

Mike Vrabel was named the NFL’s Coach of the Year in 2021.

Tennessee Titans however have struggled over the past two years, finished 6-11 this season, and missed the playoffs for a second consecutive year.

Strunk said the Titans can and will be a premier National Football League (NFL) franchise.

Mike Vrabel leaves Tennessee with a record of 54-45 from regular-season games. He won three Super Bowls as a player with the New England Patriots.

After Arthur Smith (Atlanta Falcons) and Ron Rivera (Washington Commanders), Vrabel is the third head coach to be sacked since the regular season ended on Sunday.

However, after the Atlanta Falcons fired Arthur Smith and the Washington Commanders fired Ron Rivera earlier this week, there are now six NFL head coach vacancies.

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