Titans Complete Coaching Staff



Curtis Fuller
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - **The Tennessee Titans named Curtis Fuller as assistant secondary coach and Charles London as offensive assistant/quality control.

 Fuller joins the Titans after spending two seasons with the Green Bay Packers – one year (2009) as a special teams assistant and one (2010) as the team's coaching administrator. He also has one year of experience coaching for the Oakland Raiders in 2007 as a special teams assistant. Fuller's NFL career started as a scouting department assistant for the Dallas Cowboys in 2006. Fuller played four seasons at safety in the NFL after being selected in the fourth round of the 2001 NFL Draft out of TCU. He played for Seattle, Green Bay and Carolina during his time in the NFL and accumulated 42 games played, 52 tackles and one interception.

London arrives in Tennessee after one season (2010) as a pro scout for the Philadelphia Eagles and three years (2007-09) as an offensive assistant with the Chicago Bears from 2007-09. His first year with the Bears was as a quality control coach on offense and his final two years were as an assistant wide receivers coach. London also has three years (2004-06) of coaching experience at his alma mater, Duke. He spent his first two years as a graduate assistant and his final year as the running backs coach. As a player at Duke, London played in 34 games at running back over three years for the Blue Devils and also lettered as a sprinter for the track team.


Charles London
"It was an extensive process to put the staff together, but I like the structure - there is a good mix of veteran coaches and younger coaches," said Titans head coach Mike Munchak. "I believe they are all good teachers, have a passion for football and have been a part of successful organizations."

Fuller replaces Tim Hauck and London replaces Richie Wessman, both of whom were not retained on the new staff.

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