The Tennessee Titans have hired Mike Sullivan as assistant offensive line coach. Sullivan has 11 seasons of NFL coaching experience, including seven seasons as offensive line coach.
He joins the Titans after one season as offensive line coach for the Cleveland Browns in 2013. Sullivan guided two of the Browns linemen to Pro Bowl selections – tackle Joe Thomas and center Alex Mack.
Prior to his time with the Browns, Sullivan spent four seasons as the offensive line coach for the San Diego Chargers. In his four years as the offensive line coach in San Diego, the Chargers averaged 1,640 rushing yards and 13 rushing touchdowns per season.
Sullivan had two other stints with the Browns organization in 2007-08 as offensive line coach and 2001-04 as assistant offensive line coach. He also has three seasons of college experience, as offensive line coach for Western Michigan. Sullivan began his coaching career in 1997, spending five seasons coaching in Germany, France and Spain for teams within the European Federation of American Football.
Sullivan played a total of 48 NFL games, all for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 1992-95.
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