NASHVILLE, Tenn. —The Titans on Wednesday interviewed Martin Mayhew for the team's general manager position.
Among the group Mayhew met with today included Titans controlling owner Amy Adams Strunk and Kenneth Adams IV from the ownership group, and President Steve Underwood.
Earlier this week, the franchise opted not to renew the contract of Ruston Webster.
Mayhew most recently served as Executive Vice President of Football Operations and General Manager of the Detroit Lions, a position he held until November, 2015. Mayhew was hired by the Lions as general manager on an interim basis after the team parted ways with Matt Millen in 2008.
After that year, Detroit lifted the interim title and made him GM.
Mayhew originally joined the Lions' front office in February 2001, as senior director of football administration/staff counsel. He was promoted to senior vice president of football administration/legal affairs on February 2003, and was appointed senior vice president and assistant general manager in 2004.
Mayhew has a law degree from Georgetown University's Law Center.
Mayhew played nine years in the NFL as cornerback for Buffalo (1988), Washington (1989-92) and Tampa Bay (1993-96). He played in college at Florida State.