NFL news roundup: Titans added to list of teams interviewing Jim Caldwell

Andy Lyons

Coaching rumors are in full swing.

A week after a handful of NFL teams fired their coaches, the coaching search rumors are in full swing.

The Titans are trying to replace their coaching staff, and the Giants need a new offensive coordinator. Meanwhile, rumors of roster changes in Dallas are beginning to surface as well.

Here's the NFL news you may have missed on Monday.

Titans interview Jim Caldwell

After firing Mike Munchak, the Tennessee Titans are starting their search for a new head coach. Baltimore Ravens offensive coordinator Jim Caldwell is expected to be interviewed for the job. Caldwell has already interviewed with the Redskins and the Lions, but the Titans have entered the race late.

Cowboys expected to release Miles Austin

Miles Austin may have played his last game with the Dallas Cowboys. Dallas is expected to be at least $20M over the salary cap this season, and Austin could be a casualty. He spent much of 2013 injured, and he's not quite the receiver he once was. The Cowboys have to shed cap space somewhere, and Austin would be a good place to start.

Giants interviewing Mike Sullivan for offensive coordinator position

New York Giants offensive coordinator Kelvin Gilbride retried after the season. Former Tampa Bay Buccaneers offensive coordinator Mike Sullivan is expected to interview for the position. Sullivan was getting a lot of interest last season but returned for another season with Tampa Bay.

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