Dowell Loggains could jump to the Giants

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Titans general manager Ruston Webster clearly doesn’t regard the team’s still-under-contract offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains as a keeper.

Loggains was a big part of Mike Munchak’s inability to agree with Webster and team president and CEO Tommy Smith on changes they said were needed in order for Munchak to remain as head coach.

Munchak wanted to stick with Loggains and maintain some offensive continuity. Munchak’s bosses wanted change.

The Titans have not fired assistants under contract and a new coach will presumably have the chance to keep a few if he so desires.

Loggains isn’t going to be one of them, and the Titans granted the New York Giants permission to interview him. The Giants had a disastrous offensive year and offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride retired.

Loggains is well connected around the league and many view him as an up-and-comer as an offensive mind.

If Tom Coughlin thinks that and Loggains interviews well, the coordinator may move from drawing up plays for Jake Locker and Ryan Fitzpatrick to doing so for Eli Manning.