The Tennessee Titans fired coach Mike Munchak, the Hall of Fame offensive lineman who's been with the Oilers/Titans franchise for more than 30 years, on Saturday, a source told ESPN senior NFL analyst Chris Mortensen.

Munchak compiled a three-season mark of 22-26 and did not take the team to the playoffs, even after late owner Bud Adams signed off on free-agent contracts worth over $100 million in the spring.

Munchak has a 2-20 record against teams that have finished seasons with a winning record, according to ESPN Stats & Info.

He had no experience as a head coach or coordinator when Adams hand-picked the Titans offensive line coach to replace Jeff Fisher when the team parted ways with its longtime head coach in 2011.

Munchak had one year remaining on his deal, as do the majority of his assistants. Defensive coordinator Jerry Gray and senior assistant/defense Gregg Williams have expiring deals.