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Mike Vrabel not concerned with job security

11/20/2023 5:58:07 PM
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Tennessee Titans coach Mike Vrabel commented on his job security after his team's 34-14 loss Sunday to the Jacksonville Jaguars, the Titans' 14th loss in 17 games dating to last season, Nick Suss of The Tennessean reports.

"I don’t try to concern myself with that," he said. "I really am focused on these players. I hurt for them. I played 14 years. Won some games. Won some championships. I’m frustrated for the players. I’m disappointed for the players. I want them to have success. I know how hard they work and what they put into it. So that’s what my focus is."

Vrabel went on to say he's content letting the media and fans argue every week whether he should be fired. He doesn't want to wade into the conversations. Instead, he wants to focus on his players, who clearly aren't playing the brand of football that defined the first four years of his tenure in Nashville.

"As far as Coach being the head coach, I feel like he’s done a great job," Titans running back Derrick Henry said of Vrabel. "I don’t know as far as the higher-up decisions on anything else. But I feel like we built a culture here, established that culture, but right now we’re not playing to that standard. It’s costing us. Still gotta go to work. Still got seven games left. Doing the best we can from here on out."

The 28-year-old guided the Vikings to a victory against the New Orleans Saints the following week, completing 67.6% of his passes and producing one passing score and one rushing score.

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