Former Tennessee Titans Coach Jeff Fisher Announced as a 2020 Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame Inductee
Abigail Martin, MTN Reporter
February 21, 2020
Former Titans coach Jeff Fisher was announced as a 2020 Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame inductee on Friday, according to the Titans website.
He received the news on Titans Radio’s flagship 104.5 The Zone’s Midday180 Show.
Fisher was an NFL head coach for 22 seasons. He coached the Houston Oilers/Tennessee Titans from 1994-2010.
The Titans made six playoff appearances, won three division titles, played in two AFC Championship games, and one Super Bowl appearance under Fisher.
Fisher led the team to the franchise’s only Super Bowl appearance in the 1999 season.
In 16 seasons with the team, he had a record of 142-120.
He became the interim head coach of the Oilers during the 1994 season before being named head coach the following year.
Fisher was the Tennessee’s first NFL head coach after the franchise relocated to Memphis and then to Nashville.
The full class will be released in the coming weeks, more information can be found here. https://www.titansonline.com/news/former-titans-coach-jeff-fisher-announced-as-2020-tennessee-sports-hall-of-fame-