Adam Schefter reports that Ohio State co-offensive coordinator Ryan Day is expected to remain in Columbus and not become the Titans’ next offensive coordinator.
On Sunday, Schefter reported that new Titans HC Mike Vrabel was considering Day to run Tennessee’s offense and work with QB Marcus Mariota.
However, it appears as though it wasn’t the right fit for both parties.
Day was an intriguing candidate, given that he previously worked under Chip Kelly with the 49ers and would have seemingly been a good fit with the Mariota.
Day, 38, began his coaching career with New Hamshire in 2002 as their tight ends coach. Since then, Day has worked for a number of schools and NFL teams including Boston College, Florida, Temple, Eagles and 49ers before Ohio State hired him as their co-offensive coordinator/QBs coach in 2017.
In total, Day has been an offensive coordinator three times, but only coached QBs in the NFL.
We’ll have more regarding the Titans’ search as the news is available.