Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels is reportedly interested in the Tennessee Titans head coaching job. McDaniels has not commented on his interest to this point, but with Marcus Mariota as the quarterback of the future for the Titans, McDaniels' interest is understandable.
McDaniels has been in New England for two different coaching stints. He began his career with the Patriots in 2001 as a personnel assistant, and worked his way up the coaching ladder until he was named offensive coordinator in 2005.
He then returned to the Patriots as an offensive assistant during the 2011-12 playoffs after an unsuccessful run as Denver's head coach (2009-2010) and St. Louis's offensive coordinator (2011). After Bill O'Brien left New England in 2012 to become the head coach at Penn State, McDaniels once again became the full-time offensive coordinator and has been in that role ever since.
McDaniels may also be enticed by the job considering the Titans have the No. 1 overall pick in this year's NFL draft. They still do not have a general manager, however.
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