NASHVILLE – A pair of Titans assistants are scheduled to take part in the NFL's Coach Accelerator program at the NFL Spring League Meetings next week in Minneapolis.
Titans pass game coordinator/quarterbacks coach Charles London and Titans tight ends coach Tony Dews are enrolled in the program, which is part of the NFL's commitment to promoting greater diversity.
The Coach Accelerator aims to increase exposure between owners, executives, and diverse coaching talent, providing ample opportunity to develop and build upon their relationships.
London and Dews both took part in the 2022 program as well.
"It was a great experience to be a part of the first Accelerator, and I'm excited to continue this journey," London said. "I look forward to networking and growing my professional development."
The 40 participants in this year's program are attending based on their high potential to be considered for a head coach position in the future.
In addition to networking, further development of the participants is a critical component of the accelerator, with curated content sessions scheduled that will further engage each participant on the advancement of their executive leadership skills and business acumen.
"In the year since its inception, we've been encouraged by the positive response to the Accelerator from both club owners and participants," said NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. "We look forward to continuing to build on an incredible program that supports diverse talent."