The Tennessee Titans chose Brian Callahan as their new head coach earlier this summer, and it didn't take long for the former Cincinnati.
Bengals offensive coordinator to make a historic hire on Thursday.
Bill, 67, is a highly recognised positional coach in NFL circles. He spent the previous four seasons as the Cleveland Browns' offensive line coach, but made a lateral move to join his son's coaching staff in Tennessee.
He also served as the Raiders' head coach in 2002 and 2003, and he was the interim head coach in Washington after Jay Gruden left in 2019.
Brian's first position as an NFL head coach is with the Titans, and he's brought on one of the most seasoned assistants in the industry, with whom he is well acquainted.
Callahan reportedly relieved offensive line coach Jason Houghtaling of his duties, allowing the Titans to hire his father, Bill Callahan, to fill the position. According to Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.
According to Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com, he became the first NFL coach to hire his own father as part of his coaching staff.
Bill, 67, is a highly recognised positional coach in NFL circles. He spent the previous four seasons as the Cleveland Browns' offensive line coach
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