After serving a one-year suspension thanks to bounty-gate, former Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams didn't have to wait long to find a job. The Tennessee Titans hired Williams in February on the same day he was reinstated.

Williams probably didn't use Saints cornerback Jabari Greer as a reference to get the Titans job, but he could have. Greer had some high words of praise for Williams during a recent interview with WPRT-FM in Nashville.

"I think he was the best defensive coach that I've played for professionally," Greer said via Titaninsider.com.

Because you're now probably wondering, Greer has played for four defensive coordinators in his nine-year career. Greer spent his first five seasons in Buffalo playing under two different defensive coordinators: Jerry Gray and Perry Falwell. Gray is now the defensive coordinator for the Titans while Falwell holds the same position for the Giants.

In New Orleans, Greer has been coached by Williams and Williams' replacement Steve Spagnuolo.

"Gregg did a great job of creating a professional approach to football. He made us accountable to each other," Greer said. "He really created something that we still live off of today in our defensive room. We play with a passion and we play with an intensity that is going to be unmatched."