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- Tennessee Titans General Manager Resigns

Chris Pokorny January 5, 2007
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Tennessee Titans general manager Floyd Reese resigned from his position on Friday. Reese just finished his 13th season as the Titans GM, and his contract was up. He had been with the organization for 21 years, dating back to when they were the Houston Oilers.

"I had hopes of signing a contract extension and staying with the Titans for many more years, but it became apparent to me over the last several months that that would be difficult," said Reese in a statement. "Rather than drag out a process that would probably end up with us going our separate ways, the right thing to do is to cut ties now and let the Titans move on and me as well."

The Titans expect to make the postseason next year under quarterback Vince Young. With how exciting Young was to close out the season, you can imagine that players will want to come in from free agency and play for Jeff Fisher's club next season.


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