Jeff Fisher out in Tennessee
Jeff Fisher, the longest tenured coach in the NFL, is out in Tennessee.
The Titans released a statement Thursday evening saying: "The Tennessee Titans and Jeff Fisher have agreed to part ways and Fisher will no longer be the head coach of the team."
The move comes as a surprise because Titans owner Bud Adams released a statement Jan. 7 which confirmed Fisher would return to the team.
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Though Fisher had been derided locally as "Coach .500" or "Coacho Ocho," he seemingly had just survived a battle with quarterback Vince Young. Adams decided to either release Young or trade him on Jan. 5. The owner announced two days later that he would be keeping Fisher, leaving the coach to head into the 2011 season needing a playoff berth.