Posted by Will Brinson
"Black Monday" inspires plenty of fear in NFL coaches who didn't make the playoffs. And although you can't imagine Jeff Fisher of the Titans is "scared," there's certainly reason for him to be concerned with his job security.
That's because Fisher will, according to a report from FOX Sports' Jay Glazer, meet with owner Bud Adams and other senior officials of the Titans organization to discuss Fisher's future with the team.
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Fisher is the longest-tenured coach in the NFL right now, and the only coach in Titans history, but there are plenty of people who believe he'll be gone from Tennessee next season. That's primarily because Adams remains so infatuated with Vince Young that he's willing to overlook just how little the former Texas star has progressed (both on- and off the field) since being drafted in the first round by Tennessee.
Adams said earlier this year that he expected Fisher and Young to work things out, but given the things that Fisher's said publicly about Young since the quarterback walked out on the locker room, that seems pretty unlikely.
If Fisher were to become a coaching free agent, it seems logical that he'd be sought-after, although coaching jobs appear to be filling up a little more quickly than they did a few weeks ago.
Then again, it wasn't too long ago that the Titans looked like one of the best teams in the NFL, so it's worth noting that things change quickly.
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