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Nick Holz

Offensive Coordinator


Nick Holz (pronounced HOLTZ) brings 11 years of NFL coaching experience to the Titans and a total of 16 years coaching.

He joins the Titans after one season with Jacksonville as their Passing Game Coordinator. The Jaguars ranked ninth in the NFL in passing (242.7 yards per game) and 13th in points scored (22.2 points per game). Wide receiver Calvin Ridley posted 1,016 receiving yards and eight touchdowns and tight end Evan Engram led all NFL tight ends with 114 receptions for 963 yards. Before his stint in Jacksonville, Holz was the offensive coordinator for UNLV in 2022.

Holz spent 10 years (2012-21) with the Oakland/Las Vegas Raiders and served in a variety of roles on offense, mostly focused on wide receivers. While with the Raiders, he served on coaching staffs with three different head coaches and under some prominent offensive minds, including Greg Knapp, Greg Olson, Bill Musgrave and Jon Gruden. Over his time there, the Raiders posted several top 10 offenses, including 2016 (6th in yards, 7th in points) and 2020 (8th in yards, 10th in points). As the Assistant Wide Receivers coach in 2021, wide receiver Hunter Renfrow posted career-best numbers (103 receptions for 1,038 yards and nine touchdowns) and earned Pro Bowl honors.

Holz joined the coaching ranks in 2007 as an Offensive Quality Control for Nebraska. After one season there, he moved to Stanford for three seasons (2008-10) as an Offensive and Operations Assistant on the Cardinal staff. As a college player at the University of Colorado, he was a three-year letterwinner as a wide receiver.