The Tennessee Titans will interview longtime offensive line coach Mike Munchak for their head coaching vacancy on Monday, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports.
Schefter adds that linebackers coach Dave McGinnis and offensive coordinator Mike Heimerdinger are candidates for the position, but Munchak is the presumptive favorite for the job.
A first-round pick (8th overall) out of Penn State by the Houston Oilers in 1982, Munchak played 159 games for the Oilers, earning nine trips to the Pro Bowl in a career that resulted in his induction to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2001.
Munchak has been a coach with the Oilers/Titans since 1994, his #63 is one of six jerseys retired by the franchise, and as Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean reports, he may be the link to the franchise's glory days that owner Bud Adams is looking for.
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