The Tennessee Titans announced on Tuesday that HC Mike Vrabel and GM Jon Robinson have their contracts extended.
Vrabel and Robinson’s contracts were set to expire in 2022. The specifics of their new contracts are yet to be revealed.
Vrabel, aged 46, joined the Tennessee Titans back in 2018. In his first 4 seasons, he tied Jack Pardee for the most victories (43) in team history. Vrabel’s lifetime winning percentage of.614 is the best in team history.
Vrabel led the Titans to the prestigious AFC Championship Tournament back in 2019, as well as consecutive AFC South crowns the previous two seasons.
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After leading Tennessee to an impressive 12-5 record and seed No. 1 in the playoffs, he was awarded Top Coach that year by the PFWA in the 2021 season.
Meanwhile, Robinson entered the Tennessee Titans back in 2016. Since Robinson arrived in 2016, the Titans have had six straight winning seasons. Before he was appointed, they had only won five games in the previous two seasons.
Robinson is ranked as the general manager with the second-highest wins in Titans history, following Floyd Reese with 62 triumphs (111 wins).
The Titans also hired Bobby King as their inside LB coach and Kelly as PG coordinator on Tuesday.
Vrabel said Kelly, 35, will assist the offensive in the same way that Jim Schwartz, Tennessee’s senior defensive coach, assisted the defense in 2021.
Todd Downing, who has been chastised for the offense’s failings this year, will continue in charge of the offense.
Kelly was the Texans’ offensive coordinator most recently and is the brother of former Titans offensive lineman Dennis Kelly (2019-21). During his stint at Houston, where he worked with Vrabel under Bill O’Brien, he was also an offensive quality control coach, offensive line assistant, tight ends coach, and quarterbacks coach.