On April 6, it was announced Steve Watterson, the strength and conditioning coach for the Titans is retiring. Paul Kuharsky broke the news.
— Paul Kuharsky (@PaulKuharskyNFL) April 7, 2018
Watterson was with the Titans franchise for over 32 seasons. Tom Kanavy will step into Watterson’s role. Kanavy has been in and around the National Football League for over 22 seasons. Kanavy has been with the Titans for three seasons.
Tweets on Watterson Retiring:
Titans strength and conditioning coach Steve Watterson is retiring from his role with the team.
Tom Kanavy, in his 22nd season in the NFL, will take over. #TitanUp
— Tennessee Titans (@Titans) April 6, 2018
Steve Watterson's retirement from the #Titans organization closes the book on one of the last links to when the team came here from Houston in 1997. A few folks left from that time, but a dwindling number to be sure.
— Terry McCormick (@terrymc13) April 7, 2018
— Terry McCormick (@terrymc13) April 6, 2018
Titans strength coach Steve Watterson, longest tenured assistant w same NFL team, is retiring. Best known in Pgh for spilling hot chicken broth on #Steelers LB Joey Porter during game. https://t.co/gwdOVpkYDC
— Gerry Dulac (@gerrydulac) April 7, 2018
The NFL assistant coach with the longest consecutive tenure with the same team finally is retiring. The Tennessee Titans announced Friday that strength and conditioning coach Steve Watterson is retiring after 32 years with the franchise. pic.twitter.com/9UiW8mUblI
— NFL Newswire (@newswire_nfl) April 7, 2018
— Heart of NFL (@HeartofNFL) April 7, 2018