A record above .500 is not enough for the GM of the Titans

A sheet above .500 is not enough for the GM of the Titans< /p> UPDATE DAY

The Tennessee Titans fired general manager Jon Robinson on Tuesday despite posting seven wins in 12 games this season. 

Two days later a bitter 35-10 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles, the organization chose to sack the man who was in his seventh season as GM. 

Native of Tennessee, Robinson had been in the position since January 2016 and saw the club post the best record in the NFL American Association in 2021. This year, the Titans are at the top of the Southern Section of their association, but that does not seem to be enough in the eyes of the owner Amy Adams Strunk.

“Since taking the reins of the franchise in 2015, my goal has always been to raise the standards of the organization in all facets. I believe we have made significant progress on and off the pitch through our investments in leadership, people and new ideas. This growth also concerns the core of our business and the football team itself, which is regularly evaluated based on the results and the construction of the group of players,” the businesswoman said on the club's Twitter account.

“I am proud of what we have accomplished in my eight years at the helm of the dealership, but I believe there is more to do and higher goals can be achieved.”< /p>

Vice President of Player Personnel Ryan Cowden will serve as GM on an interim basis for the remainder of the campaign. The Titans will host the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday.