The Tennessee Titans sacked general manager Jon Robinson on Tuesday, which was shocking news.

Ryan Cowden, the Titans' vice president of player personnel, will fill in for Robinson in the meantime.

The AFC South leaders made a startling decision by letting Robinson go to Tennessee.

The Titans amassed a 66-43 record with the GM in little under seven years when Robinson was in control.

Since 2016, the Titans have achieved the NFL's ninth-highest winning percentage.

Days after former Titans great receiver A.J. Brown had an outstanding game with eight receptions, the team fired him.

He has made a number of recent personnel errors, including selling assets in 2021 to Julio Jones.

According to Pelissero's story from Tuesday, the team management wasn't pleased with how the roster had been put together.

Thanks in large part to head coach Mike Vrabel and his staff, the 7-5 Titans have overcome a lot this season.

With Robinson gone, Vrabel should have greater control over the roster going forward.

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