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Titans confirm LeBeau to return as defensive coordinator

The Tennessee Titans have confirmed that defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau will return for the 2017 season. Yep - He'll be back in 2017.Coach LeBeau's thoughts:

Tennessee Titans free agent shopping list

These are some guys that make a lot of sense for the Tennessee Titans in free agency based on Jon Robinson's first year. So i...

Report: Josh McDaniels could wait and see if Titans job opens

The Tennessee Titans are coming off their biggest turnaround in franchise history. The Titans went from 3-13 in 2015 to 9-7 in 2016.

Mularkey, O’Brien share AFC South Coach of the Year honors

Titans head coach Mike Mularkey and Texans head coach Bill O'Brien share AFC South coach of the year honors, according to reporters who cover the teams for ESPN. Mularkey,

Jon Robinson: Draft currency is a powerful thing

When Jon Robinson was hired as the Titans' General Manager last year, he had the first overall pick in the draft in his pocket but opted to trade it to the Rams for a bounty of picks in both 2016 and 2017.

Tennessee Titans Don’t Have to Invest in Offensive Line in 2017 (Finally)

After investing an abnormal amount of capital in the offensive line for the past decade, the Tennessee Titans can finally focus on other positions.

Conklin named to PFWAs 2016 All-Rookie Team

Titans right tackle Jack Conklin has just been named to the Professional Football Writers of American 2016 All-Rookie team. Conklin has earned a number of accolades for his

Broncos add Marcus Robertson as defensive backs coach

It's not a head coaching job or a coordinator post, but Marcus Robertson just walked into a pretty good gig. According to Mike Klis of KUSA, Robertson will be named the Broncos defensive backs coach, as part of their makeover on that side of the ball under new coach Vance Joseph.

Robinson: Draft currency is a powerful thing

Heading into the 2016 NFL Draft Jon Robinson and the Titans held the No. 1 overall pick in the draft. That changed when Robinson made the trade with the Los Angeles Rams.

Texans will pick 25th as 2017 NFL Draft order fills in

They can start planning the offseason in Houston and Kansas City and Seattle and Dallas today, and those teams know where they'll be picking in the upcoming draft. Four more slots in the order of the annual selection meeting were filled in with this week's losers.