Titans fire coach Mike Munchak

Webster said he would speak to them on Monday about their fate and that if he received an inquiry from a team that wants to hire one of them, he'd take it on a case-by-case basis.

Munchak preached that his players and everyone in the organization should "be a pro" who knew their jobs and did their jobs.

But as a group it often came up short of expectations.

A revamped offensive line and the run game were supposed to provide the foundation of this season's team, but that identity never developed.

In each of his three seasons, the Titans lost to a division rival that finished with the worst record or tied for the worst record in the NFL.

In 2011, that was the Colts (0-13 coming into the game), in 2012 it was the Jaguars (1-9), and in 2013 it was the Texans, who moved to 2-0 with an overtime win over Tennessee, then lost 14 in a row, including the season finale in Nashville. The Titans lost at home to the Jaguars when they were 0-8 in 2013, as well.

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