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Breaking: NFL General Manager Fired On Tuesday In Stunning Move

Titans GM Jon Robinson

The Tennessee Titans fired general manager Jon Robinson on Monday, one day after the Eagles' 35-10 beatdown of the team. 

The team hired the 46-year-old in January of 2016 and named him general manager in 2017.

The Titans are 7-5 this season, but their lack of offensive production — specifically at receiver — put Robinson on the hot seat after failing to strike a deal with A.J. Brown. The Titans traded Brown to the Philadelphia Eagles on April 28 in exchange for the No. 18 and 101 picks in the 2022 NFL Draft.

Brown, in his first game against his former team in Week 13, lit up Tennessee. He secured 8-for-10 balls for 119 yards, two touchdowns and the last laugh.

The Titans produce some of the lowest numbers of offensive yards per game (291.3), ahead of only the Los Angeles Rams and Houston Texans.

Tennessee is in first in the AFC South, but its offense regressed to 29th in yards and 26th in points after finishing 17th and 15th, respectively, last season.

For the rest of the season, vice president of player personnel Ryan Cowden will step in for Robinson. The Titans plan to hire a new general manager after the season is over.