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  1. Mike Mularkey, Titans mutually agree to part ways
    Coach Mike Mularkey and the Tennessee Titans have agreed to part ways, the team announced Monday morning. The decision comes two days after the team's playoff loss to the Patriots.
  2. Mike Mularkey's Titans tenure could end if team loses
    The Tennessee Titans could look to move on from coach Mike Mularkey if they fall to the Kansas City Chiefs on Saturday, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported.
  3. DeMarco Murray (knee) to miss Titans' playoff game
    The Tennessee Titans ruled out starting running back DeMarco Murray for their playoff game against the Chiefs, opening the door for more playing time for Derrick Henry on Saturday.
  4. Who's safe? Who's out? AFC coaches on hot seat
    Is Mike Mularkey in trouble even if Tennessee makes the postseason? Will Jimmy Haslem keep his word and keep Hue Jackson in Cleveland? Ian Rapoport looks at AFC coaching staffs in flux.
  5. Mike Mularkey: No time to consider possible firing
    If the Titans lose their fourth straight game, head coach Mike Mularkey could be fired. But Mularkey insisted he doesn't have time to gauge the heat level on his seat.
  6. Rams clinch NFC West title after win over Titans
    After a long wait, the Los Angeles Rams (11-4) are finally heading back to the playoffs. The Rams clinched the NFC West title Sunday with a 27-23 victory over the Tennessee Titans (8-7).
  7. Titans players want to run more no-huddle offense
    The Tennessee Titans are in a hurry to close out the regular season on a high and clinch a playoff berth. But it's not just off the field where Tennessee wants to pick up the pace.
  8. Rishard Matthews: Titans need to be less predictable
    Following the Tennessee Titans' loss to the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday, wide receiver Rishard Matthews said the Titans' offense is too predictable.
  9. Marcus Mariota apologizes for 'rude' press conference
    If the NFL had a Lady Byng Trophy for most gentlemanly player, Marcus Mariota would be a yearly finalist. The Titans quarterback apologized on Wednesday for his curt post-game press conference following Sunday's loss to the Arizona Cardinals.
  10. Titans' Marcus Mariota: 'I have been hurting our team'
    Titans QB Marcus Mariota took the blame for an offense that totaled a measly 204 yards. Mariota also tossed two interceptions and completed just 16 of 31 passes against the Cardinals.
  11. Delanie Walker: 'I'm very disrespected in the league'
    Each week Delanie Walker powers the Tennessee offense, leading the Titans in receptions, targets, yards and plays of 20-plus yards. Yet Walker doesn't receive the same national fanfare of other TEs.
  12. Titans sticking with 'two starters' at running back
    Despite Derrick Henry's better statistics, Titans coach Mike Mularkey insists that Tennessee is not ready to move on from DeMarco Murray and crown Henry as the starter.