Colt Anderson to Become Special Teams Coach for Titans?

Nashville Colt Anderson has been hired by the Tennessee Titans to be their special teams coach, per an NFL Network story written by Tom Pelissero. Since 2020, Anderson has been employed by the Cincinnati Bengals, assisting Brian Callahan on Zac Taylor’s staff. Anderson spent his time as the Bengals’ assistant special teams coach.

The Titans filled the last available coordinator post with this hire. At the team facilities on Wednesday, coordinators of defense Dennard Wilson and offense Nick Holz gave their first press conferences. Anderson was a safety who was mostly utilized as a rotating player. He was especially useful on special teams.

He spent nine seasons as a player in the National Football League, playing for the Buffalo Bills, Indianapolis Colts, Minnesota Vikings, and Philadelphia Eagles.

Throughout his career, he made 84 appearances, starting seven of them. On defense, he racked up 109 tackles, one interception, and two forced fumbles. In addition, he had 58 tackles during the game’s special teams phase.


The first coach from the Bengals staff to work with Callahan is Anderson. LINKED STORIES OF TITANS OUTSTANDING JOB FOR TITANS OC: The Tennessee Titans’ offense, which is among the worst in the NFL, needs to be improved by new offensive coordinator Nick Holz.

His most significant pupil will be Will Levis, who finished among the league’s worse quarterbacks in his rookie campaign.

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