ESPN reported on Monday that former Cowboys’ receivers coach Ray Sherman had agreed to interview with the Tennessee Titans for their head coaching vacancy.
Of course, most of the folks in Nashville believe offensive line coach Mike Munchak to be the heir to Jeff Fisher’s throne, meaning that Sherman’s interview would mean little more to the team than satisfying the NFL’s “Rooney Rule.”
But as it turns out, Sherman may not even get that far with the team.
Sherman told the Tennesseean on Tuesday that he had not yet been contacted for an interview. As it’s an increasingly assumed fact that Munchak will be the Titans’ head coach, the significance of Sherman’s supposed interview is highly debatable. But since being let go by Dallas in the wake of Jason Garrett’s hiring, Sherman has remained a free agent.
For now, it appears that he will remain that way.
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