In breaking news, the Tennessee Titans and Jeff Fisher, whom was the NFL’s longest tenured coach at 16 seasons, have agreed to part ways.  His record with the team was 142-120, and a 5-6 mark in the playoffs, over the past 17 seasons. He led the team to an appearance in Super Bowl XXXIV against the St. Louis Rams.

This decision comes just weeks after Titans owner Bud Adams recommitted to Fisher as the coach and announced that Vince Young would be released due to the friction that existed between Young and Fisher over this past season.

The move, which is much later than usual puts the Titans behind the ball to find a new coach.  No word on whom the Titans will target in their coaching search.

More info here.