Lions defensive coordinator Aaron Glenn has completed his second interview of the day.
Glenn, who interviewed for the Falcons' head coaching position, became the ninth candidate to interview for the Titans' head coaching position. Both interviews were conducted virtually.
Glenn was recently named the top coordinator in an NFLPA survey of more than 1,600 players and will serve as the Lions' defensive coordinator starting in 2021.
He previously coached the defensive backs, was an assistant in Cleveland and was the primary position coach in New Orleans.
Glenn played 15 seasons in the NFL before joining personnel and coaching positions. He was a first-round pick of the Jets out of Texas A&M in the 1994 draft.
Glenn played in the NFL for the Jets (1994-2001), Texans (2002-2004), Cowboys (2005-2006), Jaguars (2007), and Saints (2008), making three Pro Bowls during his career. was selected.
The Titans also announced that Bengals offensive coordinator Brian Callahan, Giants offensive coordinator Mike Kafka, Raiders interim coach Antonio Pierce and Ravens defensive coordinator Mike McDonald, Cowboys defensive coordinator Mike Kafka, He also interviewed Dan Quinn, Panthers offensive coordinator Thomas Brown, Texans offensive coordinator Bobby Slowik and the Eagles. Offensive coordinator Brian Johnson assumes the position.
In-person interviews will not be possible until Monday.