It's been widely believed that Titans head coach Mike Munchak, who has amassed a 22-26 record in three seasons, would be on his way out of Tennessee. Ruston Webster is the team's general manager and will have some input as the team decides their future with a new team president and CEO, where there's a "lot of dissatisfaction", according to NFL.com columnist Michael Silver. Webster is assumed safe and Munchak could survive, but there's no clear answer right now.
Jim Wyatt with the Tennessean tweets that Munchak will "spend time with Webster" and meet with Titans CEO Tommy Smith -- the son-in-law of the former Titans owner, the late Bud Adams [NOTE: Titans ownership is actually split three ways - Susie Adams Smith and Amy Adams Hunt each own a third with Bud Adams' late son Kenneth Adams III owner the other third.]
Mike Munchak said he expects to spend time with GM Ruston Webster in the coming days and Tommy Smith later in the week #Titans— Jim Wyatt (@jwyattsports) December 30, 2013
However, as of now, everyone is "in the dark."
Titans coaches and staff also remain in the dark about their status. So all of this might not be over quite yet.— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) December 30, 2013
There is a minor connection with the Titans and Bengals offensive coordinator Jay Gruden, who was an offensive assistant in Tampa Bay when Titans GM Webster was with the team for two years.