The Tennessee Titans are hiring Nick Holz as their new offensive coordinator, ESPN reported Friday.
Holz, 39, was the Jacksonville Jaguars’ passing game coordinator last season.
New Titans head coach Brian Callahan is expected to call the plays for the offense in 2024.
Holz would replace Tim Kelly, fired last month along with several members of former head coach Mike Vrabel’s staff.
Callahan’s father, Bill Callahan, was named the Titans’ new offensive line coach on Thursday.
When Bill Callahan was the head coach at Nebraska, he gave Holz his first college coaching job as an offensive quality control coach and video intern in 2007.
Holz coached with the Oakland/Las Vegas Raiders in various capacities from 2012-21 before becoming the offensive coordinator at UNLV in 2022.
The Titans (6-11) finished 27th in the NFL in scoring (17.9 points per game) and 28th in total offense (289.0 yards per game) in 2023.