Gregg Williams is expected to the Tennessee Titans defensive staff in some capacity, a league source confirmed.
Williams, according to a report earlier his week, is likely to be allowed to return to the league after sitting out all of the 2012 season over his involvement in the Bounty Gate scandal when he was defensive coordinator of the New Orleans Saints.
Williams was the Titans defensive coordinator on their 1999 Super Bowl team and held that position with the club until he became the Buffalo Bills head coach in 2001. Since that time, he has been well-traveled as a defensive coordinator.
One of the coaches Williams has worked with in multiple stops is Titans defensive coordinator Jerry Gray, whose unit surrendered a franchise record 471 points this season.
Williams was supposed to be reunited last year with Jeff Fisher in St. Louis until he received an indefinite suspension from Commissioner Roger Goodell last year over the bounty system that was in place during his time in New Orleans.
Fisher decided not to retain Williams this season, and also fired Williams' son Blake, who was an assistant on the Rams staff. Fisher hired Rob Ryan as his new defensive coordinator.