Tennessee Titans owner Bud Adams was expected to take some time meeting with his coaches and front-office personnel before making any final decisions this week. He didn't wait long.
Reinfeldt held a rare and powerful position as a personnel chief, in addition to being the COO of the team. General manager Ruston Webster presumably will run the personnel department without interference and gain influence.
"(Reinfeld) had two years left on his deal, but I thought we'd be better off without him. He is out," Adams said of Reinfeldt.
"I think he is the right guy to get the job done," Adams told Wyatt. "He just needs the right people around him."
Adams apparently thought Munchak was getting the job done well enough. Munchak led the Titans to a 9-7 mark last season before falling to 6-10 this season, lowlighted by a number of blowout losses. He changed offensive coordinators during the season, and it wouldn't be a surprise if Munchak changed defensive coordinators during the offseason.
The head coach remains, but Tennessee remains a franchise very much in flux.