Perhaps he’ll be more focused on setting up a second round of interviews. He will have interviewed four guys. I expect he will want to look at more than that.
Seattle defensive coordinator Dan Quinn is a name that surfaced quickly after Mike Munchak was fired. Dallas special teams coach Rich Bisaccia has a tie to Webster, as well. Seahawks offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell is another potential candidate.
Webster could also be looking at a college coach, and the Titans would likely work to keep such a meeting quiet. College coaches can hurt themselves in recruiting by interviewing for an NFL job and not getting it.
Who’s at the top of the list? Who’s the frontrunner?
If someone’s atop the list, if someone qualifies as the frontrunner, it’s highly unlikely an outsider will know. The front office group that knows how interviews went may be only Webster and his boss, president and CEO Tommy Smith, who's reportedly participated some by phone.
Be skeptical if you hear a pronouncement. The odds will be that it comes from the agent of the candidate being touted as the frontrunner.