Three years after many considered him to become Joe Gibbs’s successor in Washington, Gregg Williams may once again return to a place he once called home.
With the recent departure of Jeff Fisher, after 17 years as head coach, it appears that Williams would be interested in the job if he is considered a candidate.
Although Williams has not been identified as an official candidate for the Titans job, he does have relationships with Titans owner Bud Adams and some of the current coaching staff and was coordinator for the Titans in Super Bowl XXXIV.
But Williams, who served as head coach of the Buffalo Bills from 2001-03, has repeatedly insisted that it would take a special opportunity for him to leave New Orleans for another head coaching job. And he recently pulled himself out of consideration for the Denver Broncos‘ vacancy.