Pola's departure has Titans coaches working harder

 NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Promotions usually mean celebrations, at the least dinner with the family or friends to enjoy a new job title.

Craig Johnson and Dowell Loggains simply haven't had time.

Coach Jeff Fisher promoted both two days before the Titans reported for training camp after Lane Kiffin lured away Kennedy Pola to Southern California.

One week into the new jobs, Johnson has spent hours switching from coaching quarterbacks to assistant head coach-running backs. Loggains has gone from working as quality control assistant for offense to standing between Vince Young, Kerry Collins and Chris Simms.

Loggains says friends keep telling him he doesn't seem very excited, but he has a big challenge ahead.

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