Mike Munchak did not hesitate to make changes to the coaching staff once he replaced Jeff Fisher.
He did not wait long after the completion of his first season to do the same.
Secondary coach Marcus Robertson and assistant secondary coach Curtis Fuller were fired Wednesday.
“I want to thank Marcus and Curtis for their time here,” Munchak said in a statement announcing the moves. “After meeting with the coordinators over the last couple of days, we decided to make this move [Wednesday].”
The Titans finished 14th in the league in pass defense and their 21 interceptions was the most since they had 22 in 2007.
Robertson was one of the few coaches Munchak retained from the previous staff. He was the assistant secondary coach from 2007 through 2008 before he was promoted to secondary coach. He also spent the majority of his playing career with the Titans/Oilers, which included several seasons when current defensive coordinator Jerry Gray was the secondary coach.
Fuller joined the staff last season after one year as a special teams assistant with the Green Bay Packers.
“Letting Marcus go was not an easy thing,” Munchak said. “He spent so many great years with this organization as a player, front office employee and a coach.
“I respect both men, but I wanted to move in a different direction for both of these spots. The interview process might take some time, but we will find the right fits for the secondary room moving forward.”