The Tennessee Titans and former NFL head coach Jeff Fisher are in talks to replace Chip Kelly as the team’s head coach, the team announced Tuesday.
The Titans are also expected to hire former NFL players Jeff Fisher and Mark Brunell as assistant coaches.
Fisher was hired as the Titans’ coach in January.
Fisher is a former head coach for the Philadelphia Eagles and Oakland Raiders, where he won the Super Bowl in 1999 and 2002.
The Associated Press first reported the talks with Fisher.
Fisher will be the first NFL head coaching vacancy after Kelly resigned from his post in April.
Fisher has been the Titans head coach since 2008.
He was fired in March after a 7-9 season.