TITANS ALPHABETICAL ROSTER
NO. NAME POS. HT. WT. DATE EXP. COLLEGE
47 Adams, Andrew DB 5-11 202 8/28/93 7 Connecticut 96 Autry, Denico DL 6-5 285 7/15/90 9 Mississippi State 30 Avery, Tre CB 5-11 181 2/26/97 R Rutgers 55 Brewer, Aaron G/C 6-1 295 10/28/97 3 Texas State 14 Bullock, Randy K 5-9 210 12/16/89 11 Texas A&M 31 Byard, Kevin S 5-11 212 8/17/93 7 Middle Tennessee State 44 Carter, Tory FB 6-0 229 3/16/99 2 Louisiana State 61 Clark, Le’Raven T 6-5 319 4/22/93 7 Texas Tech 53 Cole, Dylan LB 6-0 237 5/19/94 6 Missouri State 19 Conley, Chris WR 6-3 205 10/25/92 8 Georgia 46 Cox, Morgan LS 6-4 233 4/26/86 13 Tennessee 41 Cunningham, Zach LB 6-3 238 12/12/94 6 Vanderbilt 71 Daley, Dennis OL 6-6 326 8/7/96 4 South Carolina 64 Davis, Nate G 6-3 316 9/23/96 4 Charlotte 48 Dupree, Bud OLB 6-4 269 2/12/93 8 Kentucky 94 Edwards Jr., Mario DE 6-3 280 1/25/94 8 Florida State 3
Farley, Caleb CB 6-2 197 11/2/98 2 Virginia Tech 26 Fulton, Kristian CB 5-11 197 9/3/98 3 Louisiana State 25 Haskins, Hassan RB 6-2 228 11/26/99 R Michigan 22 Henry, Derrick RB 6-3 247 1/4/94 7 Alabama 40 Hilliard, Dontrell RB 5-11 202 2/26/95 5 Tulane 8 Hollister, Cody WR 6-4 220 11/18/93 3 Arkansas 37 Hooker, Amani S 5-11 210 6/14/98 4 Iowa 81 Hooper, Austin TE 6-4 254 10/29/94 7 Stanford 20 Johnson Jr., Lonnie DB 6-2 213 11/4/95 4 Kentucky 60 Jones, Ben C 6-3 308 7/2/89 11 Georgia 42 Jones, Joe LB 6-0 240 2/21/94 6 Northwestern 90 Jones, Naquan DT 6-3 313 2/5/98 2 Michigan State 28 Kalu, Joshua DB 6-0 203 8/28/95 4 Nebraska 62 Levin, Corey C/G 6-4 307 8/12/94 4 Chattanooga 51 Long Jr., David LB 5-11 227 10/12/96 4 West Virginia 21 McCreary, Roger CB 5-11 190 2/10/00 R Auburn 39 Mitchell, Terrance CB 5-11 191 5/17/92 9 Oregon 85 Okonkwo, Chig TE 6-3 238 9/8/99 R Maryland 59 Okuayinonu, Sam DE 6-1 269 5/1/98 R Maryland 78 Petit-Frere, Nicholas OL 6-5 316 9/15/99 R Ohio State 86 Rader, Kevin TE 6-4 250 4/26/95 2 Youngstown State 75 Radunz, Dillon OL 6-6 301 3/28/98 2 North Dakota State 56 Rice, Monty LB 6-0 233 1/8/99 2 Georgia 70 Roos, Jordan G 6-3 302 7/6/93 3 Purdue 98 Simmons, Jeffery DT 6-4 305 7/28/97 4 Mississippi State 4 Stonehouse, Ryan P 5-10 193 5/11/99 R Colorado State 97 Strong, Kevin DE 6-4 295 8/5/96 4 Texas-San Antonio 87 Swaim, Geoff TE 6-4 260 9/16/93 8 Texas 17 Tannehill, Ryan QB 6-4 217 7/27/88 11 Texas A&M 93 Tart, Teair DT 6-2 304 2/28/97 3 Florida International 29 Thompson, Josh DB 6-0 194 10/20/98 R Texas 95 Walker, DeMarcus DL 6-4 280 9/30/94 6 Florida State 99 Weaver, Rashad OLB 6-4 259 11/10/97 2 Pittsburgh 15 Westbrook-Ikhine, Nick WR 6-2 211 3/21/97 3 Indiana 7 Willis, Malik QB 6-1 219 5/25/99 R Liberty 2 Woods, Robert WR 6-0 195 4/10/92 10 Southern California
(16): 84 Auclair, Antony TE 6-6 256 5/28/93 6 Laval 80 Board, C.J. WR 6-1 181 12/12/93 4 Chattanooga 45 Brown, Kyron CB 6-1 195 5/26/96 2 Akron 23 Carter, Shyheim DB 5-10 194 12/15/97 1 Alabama 36 Chestnut, Julius RB 5-11 228 10/26/00 R Sacred Heart 10 Fitzpatrick, Dez WR 6-2 208 12/17/97 2 Louisville 50 Gibbens, Jack LB 6-3 242 11/24/98 R Minnesota 12 Kinsey, Mason WR 5-10 202 8/29/98 1 Berry College 91 Murchison, Larrell DL 6-2 297 4/24/97 3 North Carolina State 67 Newman, Xavier C/G 6-2 297 8/4/99 R Baylor 72 Peevy, Jayden DE 6-5 308 9/3/99 R Texas A&M 57 Ray, Wyatt OLB 6-3 255 10/24/96 3 Boston College 76 Rupcich, Andrew T 6-6 318 4/1/99 R Culver-Stockton 52 Schobert, Joe LB 6-1 245 11/6/93 7 Wisconsin 69 Smith, Eric T 6-4 308 9/2/95 2 Virginia 5 Woodside, Logan QB 6-1 213 1/27/95 3 Toledo NFL INTERNATIONAL ALLOCATION (1): 49 Odukoya, Thomas TE 6-6 253 5/5/97 R Eastern Michigan RESERVE/INJURED (13): 92 Adeniyi, Ola * (10/17) OLB 6-1 248 9/12/97 5 Toledo 16 Burks, Treylon * (10/8) WR 6-2 225 3/23/00 R Arkansas 45 Campbell, Chance * (9/9) LB 6-2 232 10/8/99 R Mississippi 23 Cannon, Trenton * (9/21) RB 5-11 185 7/23/94 5 Virginia State Hand, Da’Shawn * (9/13) DE 6-3 297 11/14/95 5 Alabama 35 Jackson, Chris * (9/21) DB 5-10 193 4/13/98 3 Marshall 73 Jones, Jamarco * (9/22) OL 6-4 293 6/4/96 5 Ohio State 58 Landry III, Harold * (9/2) OLB 6-2 252 6/5/96 5 Boston College 77 Lewan, Taylor * (9/24) T 6-7 309 7/22/91 9 Michigan 13 McMath, Racey * (8/31) WR 6-3 217 6/14/99 2 Louisiana State 24 Molden, Elijah * (9/9) CB 5-10 192 1/30/99 2 Washington 33 Moore Jr., A.J. * (9/13) S 5-11 200 12/15/95 5 Mississippi 18 Philips, Kyle * (10/25) WR 5-11 189 6/17/99 R UCLA RESERVE/PHYSICALLY UNABLE TO PERFORM (1): 11 Shudak, Caleb K 5-7 177 11/19/97
DATE W-L SCORE OT OPPONENT 09/11 L 20-21 N.Y. Giants 09/19 L 7-41 at Buffalo 09/25 W 24-22 Las Vegas 10/02 W 24-17 at Indianapolis 10/09 W 21-17 at Washington 10/23 W 19-10 Indianapolis 10/30 W 17-10 at Houston 11/06 L 17-20 OT at Kansas City 11/13 Denver 11/17 at Green Bay 11/27 Cincinnati 12/04 at Philadelphia 12/11 Jacksonville 12/18 at L.A. Chargers 12/24 Houston 12/29 Dallas 01/08 at Jacksonville
TOTAL FIRST DOWNS 125 160 Rushing 53 45 Passing 59 102 Penalty 13 13
3rd Down: Made/Att 31/94 30/105
3rd Down Pct. 33.0 28.6
4th Down: Made/Att 3/5 12/14 4th Down Pct. 60.0 85.7
POSSESSION AVG. 29:33 30:27
TOTAL NET YARDS 2228 2906 Avg. Per Game 278.5 363.3
TOTAL PLAYS 445 515 Avg. Per Play 5.0 5.6
NET YARDS RUSHING 1138 701 Avg. Per Game 142.3 87.6 Total Rushes 249 169
NET YARDS PASSING 1090 2205 Avg. Per Game 136.3 275.6 Sacked/Yards Lost 20/148 23/163 Gross Yards 1238 2368 Att./Completions 176/107 323/215 Completion Pct. 60.8 66.6 Had Intercepted 4 8
NET PUNTING AVG. 43/44.939/40.3
PENALTIES/YARDS 53/432 58/401
FUMBLES/BALL LOST 8/5 10/4
TOUCHDOWNS 17 18 Rushing 10 2 Passing 6 15 Returns 1 1
ATT CMP YDS CMP% YDS/ATT TD TD% INT INT% LONG SACK/LOST RATING
Tannehill 146 95 1097 65.1 7.51 6 4.1 3 2.1 61 14/110 92.8 Willis 30 12 141 40.0 4.70 0 0.0 1 3.3 48 6/38 41.1 TEAM 176 107 1238 60.8 7.03 6 3.4 4 2.3 61 20/148 83.9 OPPONENTS 323 215 2368 66.6 7.33 15 4.6 8 2.5 75t 23/163 93.3
NO. YDS AVG LONG TD
Henry 183 870 4.8 56 9 Hilliard 17 121 7.1 30 0 Willis 17 68 4.0 17 0 Haskins 10 42 4.2 9 0 TEAM 249 1138 4.6 56 10 OPPONENTS 169 701 4.1 68 2
NO. YDS AVG LONG TD
Woods 22 256 11.6 41 1 Henry 14 140 10.0 24 0 Hilliard 14 140 10.0 31 3 Hooper 12 150 12.5 23 0 Burks 10 129 12.9 27 0 TEAM 107 1238 11.6 61 6 OPPONENTS 215 2368 11.0 75t 15
NO. YDS AVG LONG TD Long 2 4 2.0 4 0 Adams 1 76 76.0 76t 1 Byard 1 24 24.0 24 0 TEAM 8 108 13.5 76t 1 OPPONENTS 4 89 22.3 43t 1
NO. YDS AVG NET TB IN LG B
Stonehouse 43 2279 53.0 44.9 3 17 70 0 TEAM 43 2279 53.0 44.9 3 17 70 0 OPPONENTS 39 1745 44.7 40.3 2 16 69 0
PUNT RETURNS RET FC YDS AVG LONG TD Woods 8 10 72 9.0 21 0 Philips 5 2 62 12.4 46 0 TEAM 14 12 134 9.6 46 0 OPPONENTS 28 7 289 10.3 24 0
NO. YDS AVG LONG TD
Haskins 14 308 22.0 37 0 Cannon 2 33 16.5 19 0 TEAM 16 341 21.3 37 0 OPPONENTS 13 236 18.2 26 0
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AMY ADAMS STRUNK
CONTROLLING OWNER, CO-CHAIRMAN BOARD OF DIRECTORS
last five years, a trip to the AFC Championship game in 2019, backto-back division titles (2020, 2021) and the top seed in the AFC playoffs in 2021. It was the franchise’s first division title since 2008, first consecutive division titles since 1960-62, first appearance in the AFC Championship game since 2002, and the streak of six consecutive winning seasons is the longest in the “Titans era” (1999-present).
Amy Adams Strunk assumed the role of controlling owner of the team in March 2015. She also serves as the co-chairman of the franchise’s Board of Directors.
In her time as controlling owner Strunk has transformed the franchise through her vision, commitment and decisions that have set the team on an ascending trajectory. She hired Jon Robinson as General Manager and Mike Vrabel as Head Coach, while installing Steve Underwood first and then Burke Nihill to the position of President/ CEO. Additionally, she has annually committed significant resources to upgrade Nissan Stadium and the team’s practice facility, Ascension Saint Thomas Sports Park. Strunk also continues to grow the administrative staff for the franchise with significant additions across all departments.
All those changes and investments translated to success on the field as the Titans went from a three-win team in 2015, to posting six consecutive winning seasons, playoff berths in four of the
In the spring of 2018, she collaborated with Nashville city officials to secure the 2019 NFL Draft for downtown Nashville. By any measure, the 2019 NFL Draft was the most successful in NFL history, drawing a record 600,000 fans to downtown Nashville over the three-day event and setting television ratings records. In June of 2019, Strunk was honored by the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame as the “Tennessean of the Year,” for her role in bring the NFL Draft to Nashville and her work to transform the franchise into a consistent winner.
Impacting communities has been an important centerpiece of her ownership tenure. Last year, a combined $200,000 (monetary donation and in-kind aid) went to support the Waverly (Tenn.) community following devastating flooding. When a tornado struck Nashville and Middle Tennessee in 2020, Strunk stepped up to donate $1 million from the Titans Foundation to the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee to help those affected by the disaster. In July 2019, Strunk presented $450,000 in grant funding to 10 local non-profit organizations.
One of the daughters of Titans franchise founder K.S. “Bud” Adams, Jr., Strunk was raised on football and is proud of her father’s role in founding the American Football League as well as the decades of leadership he provided not only to the Titans franchise, but also to the National Football League. Her goal is to build upon that legacy and establish the Titans as one of the league’s elite franchises.
An independent businesswoman for more
than 30 years, Strunk is the owner and president of both Kenada Farms and the Little River Oil and Gas Company. She has been significantly involved in the family’s farming and ranching businesses, including serving as the vice president of Bud Adams Ranches, Inc.
“I believe in hiring good people and letting them do their jobs,” said Strunk. “Everything should revolve around what’s best for the Titans and not around the owner. While I talk frequently with the leaders of the Titans as I do with all of our family’s companies, the people in our football operations need the control and latitude necessary to create an exciting and competitive team.
“Our business staff needs the same freedom in order for our organization to reach its full potential and to continue to create a first-class fan experience at Nissan Stadium. Decisions will always be made based on what is the best for the team to reach our goals of becoming one of the elite franchises of the NFL and enriching the communities of Nashville and Middle Tennessee.
“Nashville is one of the most dynamic and rapidly growing cities in the nation with a very promising future,” said Strunk. “We are proud to be a part of Nashville and Middle Tennessee, and we want the Titans to be a leader in providing opportunities for people and businesses in the city and the region to achieve their dreams.”
In 2016, Strunk was appointed to the NFL’s Hall of Fame Committee. Her appointment continues a family legacy, as her father was a long-time member of the committee. Additionally, in 2017, Strunk was named to the Board of Trustees for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
A graduate of the University of Texas with a degree in history, Strunk is an avid horse enthusiast whose other interests include farming, ranching, tennis and a variety of other outdoor activities. She also served as a volunteer coach of both the boys and girls varsity tennis teams at her daughter’s high school.
Never one to turn down a challenge, during the 2017 offseason, Strunk accepted an invitation to skydive with members of the Army’s Golden Knights to kick off draft week.
Strunk is married to her husband Bill. She has three children — Tracy, Tommy, and Blanche, who are all avid sports fans and outdoor enthusiasts.
PRESIDENT AND CEO
Burke Nihill is in his seventh season with the Titans in 2022, and his third as the team’s President and CEO. He originally joined the organization as General Counsel in 2016, was elevated to Vice President and General Counsel in 2019 and Senior Vice President – Business Operations & Chief Legal Officer in 2020.
Taking the reins in May of 2020, his first two seasons as the team President and CEO were defined by progress and change on many fronts. Among Burke’s early projects was to develop a new mission statement – “Win, Serve, Entertain” - which has become a centering statement around decisionmaking for the franchise. The statement guides all aspects of the organization – football, ticketing, sponsorships, community impact, content creation, fan engagement, stadium management.
Burke was a central figure in the remodeling and additions to the team headquarters, Ascension Saint Thomas Sports Park. Overseeing a project that more than doubled the facility’s size, the new building brought the vast majority the team’s employees together under one roof for the first time, which will enhance the ability of departments to collaborate and communicate more efficiently.
Additionally, Burke has been at the forefront of the discussions with Metro Nashville government and the State of Tennessee about a re-imagined stadium along the city’s East Bank.
In 2020, Burke took over as President in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic and guided the franchise through an array of challenges. During 2020 season, the Titans were one of only 14 NFL teams to host fans for the majority of their games and it was the culmination of months of preparation to host fans safely.
In his previous roles with the team, Burke oversaw the club’s legal and human resources functions and worked on club initiatives related to state and local government, company culture, and general business planning and strategy for both the Titans and Nissan Stadium. During his time with the Titans, he has participated in the negotiation of club contracts with team sponsors, media rights partners, stadium vendors, and major concert and event promoters. Burke was instrumental in Nashville’s effort to secure and execute the 2019 NFL Draft.
Before joining the Titans, Burke worked in various legal and management roles across a range of industries, including technology, big-box retail, and professional services.
Burke received his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Illinois Wesleyan University and his law degree with honors from Chicago-Kent College of Law.
Burke lives in the Nashville area, with his wife, Holly, and their three children.
JON ROBINSONEXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT/GENERAL MANAGER
over the course of the season. In preparing for the 2021 season, Robinson made key additions to bolster both sides of the ball by signing free agents outside linebacker Bud Dupree, defensive lineman Denico Autry and cornerback Jackrabbit Jenkins and trading for wide receiver Julio Jones. The draft saw the addition of cornerback Caleb Farley and offensive lineman Dillon Radunz in the first two rounds. In season, Robinson claimed linebacker Zach Cunningham off waivers from division rival Houston.
Jon Robinson enters his seventh season as the team’s general manager. He was hired in January of 2016 and was promoted in 2017 to executive vice president/general manager.
Robinson’s work in his first six years helped the team go from three wins in the season prior to his arrival to six consecutive winning seasons, earning playoff berths in four of the past five seasons, a spot in the 2019 AFC Championship Game, back-to-back AFC South division titles (2020, 2021) and the AFC’s number one seed in 2021. Robinson also is the only general manger in franchise history to oversee six consecutive winning seasons. Currently, the Titans and Kansas City are the only NFL teams without a losing season from 2016 to 2021. In re-constructing the roster during his tenure with the team, Robinson has selected 52 players in the draft, engineered 29 trades, made 17 waiver claims and hundreds of free agent signings.
Leading into the 2022 season, Robinson traded a 2023 sixth-round pick for veteran wide receiver Robert Woods from the Los Angeles Rams and signed two-time Pro Bowl tight end Austin Hooper, while making a draft day trade to acquire first and third round selections from Philadelphia for wide receiver A.J. Brown. Additionally, the Titans added several offensive pieces in the draft - wide receiver Treylon Burks (first round), offensive lineman Nicholas PetitFrere (third round), quarterback Malik Willis (third round), running back Hassan Haskins (fourth round), tight end Chig Okonkwo (fourth round) and wide receiver Kyle Philips (fifth round).
The 2021 season was one of successes and challenges, as the team captured their second division title in as many years and the best record in the AFC, while fielding an NFL-record 91 players
In 2020, Robinson assembled a team that captured the first division title (11-5 record) and hosted their first home playoff game since 2008. Tennessee did so while navigating the challenges associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. Coming off a successful 2019 campaign, Robinson locked up running back Derrick Henry and quarterback Ryan Tannehill to long-term contracts headed into the 2020 season. Those two keyed an offense that ranked second in the NFL in total offense (396.4 yards/gm) and fourth in scoring offense (30.7 points/gm). The Titans yardage total was the most in franchise history and Henry became just the eighth player in NFL history to surpass 2,000-rushing yards in a season (2,027).
In the 2019 offseason, Robinson added key veterans to bolster the roster, engineering a trade with Miami that brought Tannehill to the team, while also adding guard Rodger Saffold, wide receiver Adam Humphries and outside linebacker Cameron Wake. Robinson also was able to keep two key contributors on the roster, re-signing safety Kenny Vaccaro and punter Brett Kern. On draft day, Robinson added Mississippi State defensive lineman Jeffery Simmons in the first round and wide receiver A.J. Brown from Ole Miss in the second round.
Early in the 2018 unrestricted free agent signing period, Robinson targeted a pair of former New England Patriots: cornerback Malcolm Butler and running back Dion Lewis. During the 2018 NFL Draft, Robinson used trades to move up three times as he selected linebackers Rashaan Evans and Harold Landry.
During the 2017 offseason, Robinson used free agency to address needs on defense and special teams. Most notably, he spearheaded deals for cornerback Logan Ryan (New England), safety Johnathan Cyprien (Jacksonville) and special teams Pro Bowler Brynden Trawick (Oakland).
In the 2017 NFL Draft, Robinson spent first-round picks on wide receiver Corey Davis (fifth overall) and cornerback Adoree’ Jackson (18th overall). It marked the first time the franchise had a pair of first-round draft selections since 1987. Overall, the members of the 2017 draft class combined for 76 games played and 42 starts as rookies.
In his first year as an NFL general manager, Robinson’s leadership and decision-making helped the Titans triple their win total from the previous season, finishing 9-7 in 2016 after a 3-13 finish in 2015. The six-win improvement tied for the most in franchise history (1967 and 1974) and doubled the previous club benchmark for the most wins in the first year under a new general manager (three by Bum Phillips in 1975).
Within the first four months at his post, Robinson pulled the trigger on several key personnel decisions. On March 9, 2016, he made his first major acquisition, swapping fourth-round draft picks with the Philadelphia Eagles in exchange for running back DeMarco Murray. The trade provided major dividends in 2016, as Murray led the AFC and ranked third in the NFL with 1,287 rushing yards.
Around the same time, Robinson began to work the free agent market. Ben Jones and wide receiver Rishard Matthews highlighted the haul, and both were instrumental in helping to transform the Titans offense into the 11th-ranked unit in the NFL in 2016. Jones started all 16 games and keyed a rushing attack that ranked third in the league, while Matthews set career highs with 65 receptions (tied for the team lead), a team-high 945 receiving yards and a team-high nine touchdown receptions. The latter number tied for sixth in the NFL and tied for ninth in franchise history.
On April 14, 2016, two weeks before the NFL Draft, Robinson and the Titans dealt the first overall pick to the Los Angeles Rams in one of the biggest trades in recent NFL history. The Titans gave up the No. 1 pick and a fourth-rounder in order to receive the 15th overall pick, two second-rounders and a third-rounder in 2016, plus the Rams’ first- and third-round picks in 2017. From 1990–2015, there were seven trades involving the No. 1 overall pick, but this was the first since 2004, when the San Diego Chargers selected Eli Manning with the first pick and dealt his rights to the New York Giants.
The Titans had their hands at one point or another on 17 selections in the 2016 draft due to five different trades (including one trade in 2015), and in the end, they ended up with a class of 10 players, including four of the top 45 picks. Robinson swung a draft-day trade with the Cleveland Browns to
move back up to the eighth slot to choose Michigan State tackle Jack Conklin.
All 10 members of Robinson’s first draft class played in at least one game in 2016. They accumulated a total of 110 games played and 38 starts, including 16 starts at right tackle by Conklin. The eighth-overall pick capped his successful rookie campaign by being named first-team All-Pro by Associated Press. Other rookies in 2016 who made significant contributions included Henry, safety Kevin Byard and fifth-round wide receiver Tajaé Sharpe. Byard earned first-team All-Pro honors and a Pro Bowl berth in his second season.
Robinson arrived in Tennessee with a wide range of experience from working his way up on the personnel side of the NFL. From 2014–2015, he served as director of player personnel for the Buccaneers and oversaw both college and pro departments as the team rebuilt its roster. The 2015 Buccaneers draft class made a significant impact, including four rookie starters: quarterback Jameis Winston, tackle Donovan Smith, guard Ali Marpet and linebacker Kwon Alexander.
Prior to joining Tampa Bay, Robinson spent 12 years with the New England Patriots, including his last five years (2009-13) as the director of college scouting. In the five years heading up their college scouting, the Patriots added a number of key components to their roster that won the Super Bowl in 2014, including wide receiver Julian Edelman, defensive back Devin McCourty, tight end Rob Gronkowski, tackle Nate Solder and defensive end Chandler Jones. He joined the Patriots as an area scout in 2002, a role he served for four seasons. Robinson then spent two years (2006-07) as a regional scout, before being promoted to assistant director of college scouting in 2008 and then director of college scouting in 2009. In his time scouting for the Patriots the team won 10 division titles, four conference titles and two Super Bowls (2003, 2004).
Robinson played three years at Southeast Missouri State as a defensive lineman after starting his college career at the Air Force Academy. Following his college career as a player, he spent one season (1998) coaching at his alma mater and three years (1999-2001) coaching at Nicholls State.
A native of Union City, Tenn., Robinson and his wife, Jaimie, have two daughters, Taylor and Bailey.
He and his wife are deeply involved in the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF), as the disease affects their oldest daughter, Taylor. In 2018, the Robinsons chaired the JDRF Gala in Nashville which raised over $1.8 million for diabetes research.
SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT/ CHIEF MARKETING & REVENUE OFFICER
Gil Beverly enters his fourth season with the Titans and his second as Senior Vice President/ Chief Marketing & Revenue Officer. In his role, he directs Ticketing, Marketing, Corporate Partnerships and Business Intelligence. He joined the team in 2019 as team’s Vice President of Brand, Marketing & Communications.
Over his first three years with the team, he has spearheaded innovation, engagement, and new ideas across all areas he oversees. The results are apparent for the organization and for the fan base.
In 2021, the Titans debuted several initiatives to engage with the local market, including a partnership with Williamson County Schools launching the first-ever interscholastic Girls Flag Football league in the state of Tennessee. Success in Williamson County led to the program expanding to Metro Nashville schools in 2022. Beverly also led a movement to offer local food selections at Nissan Stadium, introducing “Nashville Flavor,” including Martin’s Barbecue, Slim & Husky’s Pizza and Party Fowl. The team created the first “Battle of the Bands” competition, where bands vied for a chance to play at halftime of a Titans game. All these initiatives culminated in a record attendance number for the Monday Night Football game against Buffalo.
In 2020, working with local and national health experts, the Titans were one of a handful of NFL teams to host fans for much of the season at limited capacity. The team hosted a Virtual Draft Party around the NFL Draft and launched a content series giving fans a look at players’ lives away from the football field. They also debuted a brand campaign called “Tennessee Tough” that
ADOLPHO BIRCH III
illustrated the resiliency, unity and hope of Tennessee community. The campaign featured video assets and a new downtown mural. As restrictions eased, the Titans hosted in-person ‘Celebrate 615’ events in tribute to the city. Highlights in marketing included a joint venture with Lipscomb University on the launch of the cartoon character “Titan Man,” a series of ‘Pop Up Shops’ to introduce new merchandise to a younger demographic and “Titans Art Rush,” an art show featuring Titanscentric photos and artwork. In ticketing, the team introduced a digital season ticket for new fans, the “Fireball Fast Pass,” and a season ticket member reward program, “The 22nd Element.”
Before joining the Titans, Beverly worked as VP, Partnership Solutions for Learfield IMG-College, overseeing marketing & sponsorship programs across over 200 collegiate athletics departments and other related sports properties. In doing so, he helped to create and drive partnerships with a range of Fortune 500 companies including Allstate, Nissan and State Farm.
Prior to his experience at Learfield, Beverly served as VP, College Sports Marketing for ESPN. He was involved in development of sponsorship architecture and promotional strategy around various media properties including the College Football Playoff, SEC Network, College GameDay and Tournament Challenge.
A native of Evanston, Ill., Beverly graduated from the undergraduate division of the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. He also secured his MBA from the Warsaw Sports Marketing Center at the University of OregonSENIOR VICE PRESIDENT/BUSINESS AFFAIRS AND CHIEF LEGAL OFFICER
Adolpho Birch III is in his third season with the Titans as Senior Vice President & Chief Legal Officer. He joined the organization in 2020 after spending 23 years at the NFL’s league headquarters. Birch’s responsibilities include league and legal affairs, government relations, DEI efforts, community impact and the Titans Foundation.
Birch has been a catalyst for enhancing the team’s Community Impact footprint and reformulating the vision of the Titans Foundation. He also has taken on a key role in the advancement of a re-imagined stadium and development along the city’s East Bank, working with Metro Nashville and the State of Tennessee and leading stakeholder engagement efforts throughout the state.
As an advisor to Commissioners Paul Tagliabue and Roger Goodell, Birch held several senior-level roles during his time at NFL headquarters. Prior to leaving for the Titans, Birch served as the NFL’s SVP of Labor Policy & League Affairs. He had a leading role in negotiating policies affecting the integrity of the game, including those on substances of abuse, performance-enhancing drugs, gambling and personal conduct. He also advanced the NFL’s legislative, political and regulatory interests on key issues such as youth concussion laws, the league’s tax status and the FCC’s blackout rule. In supervising the NFL’s player engagement efforts, he focused on continuing education, financial education, and clinical assistance to support player and employee off-field success. Additionally, he served on executive working groups including those related to sponsorship, legalized sports betting, media
advertising policy and disaster relief.
Prior to his career with the NFL, Birch clerked for the Honorable Thomas A. Wiseman, Jr., Chief Judge of the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee. He then worked in private practice at Fulbright & Jaworski (now Norton Rose Fulbright).
A Nashville native and graduate of Father Ryan High School, Birch attended Vanderbilt University Law School as a Patricia Roberts Harris Scholar, serving on the Editorial Board of the Vanderbilt Law Review and earning his J.D. in 1991. He gained his undergraduate degree from Harvard.
Birch is involved in many professional and philanthropic organizations, including the Vanderbilt University Board of Trust (Secretary); Sports Lawyers Association (Board of Directors); Partnership Tennessee; Partnership for Clean Competition (Board of Governors); and the Business of Sports School, New York City (Industry Advisory Board), and was named ‘Best of the Bar’ by the Nashville Business Journal in 2021 and 2022. In May 2021, he was elected to the Board of Directors for Ingram Industries and elected to serve as a director for the national Horseracing Integrity and Safety Authority. In 2022, he was appointed to the Tennessee Access to Justice Commission.
His father, A.A. Birch, Jr., was the first African American Chief Justice of the Tennessee Supreme Court and became the first judge to serve at every level of the Tennessee judiciary. In 2006, Nashville named its new criminal justice building after him. His mother, Dr. Janet Winifred Scott Birch, was a longtime Professor of Clinical Psychology at Meharry Medical College and active community leader.
Shannon Myers enters her second season with the Titans in 2022, and first as Senior Vice President & Chief Financial Officer. She originally joined the franchise as Vice President of Finance in 2021.
Myers oversees the financial operations for the Tennessee Titans, Nissan Stadium and the Tennessee Titans Foundation. Her primary responsibilities include management of all corporate accounting and financial reporting, as well as establishing budgets, forecasting and managing cash flow. Myers champions the club’s data-driven mindset and utilizes data analytics to maximize efficiencies in the business planning process. Along with the club’s finance department, she also oversees the club’s human resources department which focuses on people and culture. Her primary responsibilities include employee engagement, benefits administration and compensation analysis. She also recently created a Titans Professional Women’s Network and looks forward to pioneering the creation of additional Employee Resources Groups (ERGs).
Prior to joining the club, Myers worked in public
accounting with Ernst & Young (EY) in Nashville for over 10 years. As an Assurance Senior Manager with EY, she advised clients on technical accounting issues, financial reporting requirements, process improvement opportunities and strengthening internal controls. While at EY, she held several leadership roles including coleading the Nashville Professional Women’s Network, founding/leading the Nashville Working Mom’s Network, serving on the Nashville People Advisory Forum, and serving as a member of the EY Faculty Network instructing various internal EY training events.
Myers is a native of Portage, Mich. She is a graduate of Western Kentucky University, where she was captain of the softball team her senior season and majored in accounting. She is currently a registered Certified Public Accountant (CPA) in the State of Tennessee. Family is very important to her as she enjoys spending time with her husband, Graham, and their three boys Brayden, Easton and Cole. She is also passionate about serving in the community with her fellow Titans family.VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS OPERATIONS
Adam Nuse enters his second season with the Titans in 2022, and his first as Senior Vice President, Business Operations. He originally joined the franchise in 2021, as the Vice President of Business Operations.
Nuse leads the team’s Stadium Operations, Facilities, Events, Fan Experience and IT functions.
Prior to joining the Titans in 2021, Nuse spent five seasons as General Manager and Chief Operating Officer of the Nashville Sounds, overseeing all day-today operations related to the organization. Under his leadership, the Sounds broke attendance records and were regularly recognized by industry publications as leaders in operational excellence and fan experience. Most recently, in 2019 Baseball America awarded the
Sounds with its prestigious Freitas Award in recognition of the club’s community involvement, long-term business success and consistent operational excellence.
Nuse currently serves on the Nashville Sports Council Board of Directors and the Nashville Sports Authority’s Women’s Professional Sports Committee. He also serves on the board of directors for Boy Scouts of America, Middle Tennessee and the Bowling Green East Little League.
The Texas native holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Oklahoma, a master’s degree in sports administration from Wichita State University, and a doctorate in organizational leadership from Western Kentucky University.
VICE PRESIDENT, GENERAL COUNSEL & CHIEF OF STAFF
Werly is entering his third season with the Titans in 2022 and first as Senior Vice President, General Counsel & Chief of Staff. Werly originally joined the Titans in 2020, as General Counsel and was promoted to Vice President, General Counsel & Chief of Staff in 2021.
Werly’s responsibilities include oversight of the club’s legal matters related to the Titans and Nissan Stadium. He also oversees the club’s Strategic Operations department.
Prior to joining the Titans in June 2020, Werly was the first General Counsel of Nashville Soccer Club and worked at several law firms, primarily focusing on
representing professional sports teams and leagues. He sits on the boards of W.O. Smith School of Music and the Pedigree Foundation and is on the Advisory Board of the American Bar Association’s Sports Division. He has also served as an Adjunct Professor or Law at Vanderbilt University Law School.
Werly is from Libertyville, Ill., and earned his Bachelor’s degree in Sports Studies/ Business Legal Studies from Miami University and his Juris Doctorate from Georgetown University Law Center.
Dan resides in Nashville with his wife Liz, sons Jack and Campbell, and their dog Birdie.
SURF MELENDEZ VICE PRESIDENT,EXECUTIVE CREATIVE DIRECTOR
Melendez spent six years with the Miami Dolphins as Managing Director, Content & Creative and was responsible for the creative direction of the team and Hard Rock Stadium. In his time with the Dolphins, the organization’s content team gained recognition from the Emmy and Clio Awards.
He also spent three years at adidas as their Sr. Brand Design Manager, Creative Director, and brings experience working at several ad agencies. For the Titans, Melendez will be responsible for team’s creative direction, while overseeing digital/broadcast content and gameday production.
VICE PRESIDENT OF PLAYER PERSONNEL
Ryan Cowden is in his 23rd NFL season and his seventh with the Titans. In 2018, he was promoted to Vice President of Player Personnel. He originally joined the franchise in 2016, as the Director of Player Personnel.
Cowden oversees all areas of the scouting department, both college and pro, including advance scouting, free agency preparation, and evaluation of players in the NFL and all other professional leagues. In addition, he assists with college scouting and preparation for the NFL Draft.
He joined the Titans after 16 years with the Carolina Panthers. In Carolina, Cowden last held the title of
Assistant Director of College Scouting, a position he held for two years. Prior to that role, he served as the team’s National Scout/ Senior College Scout for two years (2012-14) and was a national scout from 2008-12.
Cowden originally joined the Panthers as a scouting assistant in 2000. He became an area scout in 2001 and was responsible for the southeast area from 2001-07. During his time in Carolina, the franchise won two NFC titles, five division crowns and advanced to the playoffs six times.
Cowden and his wife, Dana, have a son, Noah, and a daughter, London.
VICE PRESIDENT OF FOOTBALL ADMINISTRATION
Vincent Marino is in his 16th season with the Titans and 12th as Vice President of Football Administration in 2022. He originally joined the organization in 2007, as the Senior Director of Football Administration after spending 18 years at the NFL offices in New York.
Marino’s primary responsibilities include the management of the Titans’ salary cap and player contract negotiations. He interacts closely with Titans General Manager Jon Robinson on numerous football-related issues.
Marino also serves as the Titans liaison with the NFL office regarding labor and contract issues as well as player personnel matters. In 2014, he was selected to participate in the prestigious NFL’s Career Development Symposium at the Wharton School of Business in Philadelphia. Currently, he is a member of the NFL Player Insurance Trust; and additionally, he sits on the appeals panels for the NFL Player Tuition Assistance Plan and the NFL Severance Pay Plan.
During his time with the NFL’s Management Council, Marino spent eight years in the Player Personnel Department (Analyst, 1990-95; Manager/Player
Personnel, 1995-98) and eight years in Labor Operations (Sr. Manager of Labor Operations, 1998-03), the last three as the Director of Labor Operations (2003-06). Marino gained expertise in various capacities and his experience includes: being a primary club contact for player contract valuations, enforcing the rules of the CBA (collective bargaining agreement), salary cap regulation and participating in a strategic group related to forming the CBA between the league and the players.
Additionally, he has assisted the league in Super Bowl game operations and has served as a replay communicator at numerous games during his tenure. He originally joined the NFL as an assistant in the Public Relations department, where he spent two years.
Born and raised in the Bronx, N.Y., Marino graduated from the Bronx High School of Science and went on to earn summa cum laude honors from Fordham University. While at Fordham, he earned a communications degree and is a member of Phi Beta Kappa.
Marino and his wife, Nikoleta, have two sons: Nikolas and Alexander.
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(5-1) for the most overtime wins.
From 2018 to 2021, the Titans had the NFL’s secondbest rushing offense, averaging 143.7 rushing yards per game. Only the Baltimore Ravens were better (173.6). On the other side of the ball, the Titans ranked seventh in rushing defense, allowing 106.2 rushing yards per contest. Also from 2018 to 2021, the Titans tied for eighth in scoring defense (22.0 opponent points per game) and tied for the eighth-best turnover margin (+13). The Titans were called for 370 penalties from 2018 through 2021, which was the sixthfewest total in the NFL.
Mike Vrabel is in his fifth season with the Titans after being named the 19th head coach in franchise history on Jan. 20, 2018. In February 2022, he received a contract extension from Titans controlling owner Amy Adams Strunk.
During his first four seasons in Tennessee, Vrabel led the Titans to a 43-27 overall record and three postseason appearances. He joined Jack Pardee and Jerry Glanville as the only head coaches in team annals to preside over at least three playoff squads in their initial four seasons as head coach, and he tied Pardee (43-26) for the most total wins by a head coach in his first four seasons with the organization. The Titans won back-to-back AFC South titles in 2020 and 2021, marking the first time the organization accomplished the feat since the Oilers won the first three AFL Eastern division titles from 1960 to 1962. The team had not gone to the playoffs in three consecutive seasons since a seven-year postseason stretch by the Oilers from 1987 to 1993.
Vrabel received one of the NFL’s highest honors when he was named the Associated Press NFL Coach of the Year after directing the Titans to a 12-5 regular-season record in 2021. The Titans won the AFC South, and they claimed the top seed in the AFC playoff field for the first time since 2008. They did so despite needing to use 91 total players during the season—the most in NFL history in a non-strike year. From after the final preseason roster cuts through the end of the season, the team placed 26 different players on injured reserve and 21 different players on the reserve/ COVID-19 list, plus additional practice squad players that received those designations.
The 2021 Titans ranked second in rushing defense (84.6 yards allowed per game), 12th in total defense (329.8), sixth on third down (36.7 percent), sixth in scoring defense (20.8 points per game) and ninth in sacks (43). Offensively, the Titans finished fifth in rushing (141.4 yards per game) despite missing Derrick Henry for nine games due to injury. The offense also ranked eighth on third down (43.6 percent), fifth in the red zone (63.9 percent) and first in goal-to-go efficiency (87.5 percent).
Situationally, Vrabel’s teams fared among the NFL leaders in several categories during his first four seasons as head coach. From 2018 to 2021, their .909 winning percentage (40-4) in regular season games in which they had a fourth-quarter lead ranked second in the NFL behind the New Orleans Saints (.939). In the same time period, the Titans had a .714 winning percentage in three-point games (15-6), which led the league. Vrabel’s team was 5-1 in overtime games from 2018 through 2021, tying the Saints
In 2020, the Titans made their second consecutive playoff appearance under Vrabel. The Titans won the 2020 AFC South title with an 11-5 record in the regular season, claiming their best record and first division title since going 13-3 in 2008. They finished with a 5-1 record within the division and a 6-2 mark in road games, all while navigating the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Titans led the NFL in 2020 with a plus-11 turnover differential. Their 23 takeaways ranked seventh in the NFL, while their 12 turnovers were the second-fewest in the league and tied for the ninth-lowest number since the NFL went to a 16-game schedule in 1978.
The Titans tied for second place in total offense (396.4 yards per game) and ranked fourth in scoring offense (30.7 points per game) in 2020. They became the first team in NFL history to generate at least 2,500 rushing yards (2,690) and 3,500 net passing yards (3,653) while surrendering 25 or fewer sacks (25). Their 6,343 total yards and 381 first downs established franchise records, while their 491 points amounted to the organization’s second-best total. The Titans joined the 1997 Detroit Lions as the only teams in NFL history to feature a 2,000-yard rusher (2,027 by Henry), a 3,000-yard passer (3,819 by Ryan Tannehill) and a 1,000yard receiver (1,075 by A.J. Brown).
In 2019, Vrabel led the franchise to the AFC Championship game for the first time since 2002, after posting his second consecutive 9-7 mark in the regular season. His 20 wins over the first two seasons were the second most in franchise history (Pardee, 21 wins) and he became the first head coach to win multiple playoff games within the first two years. The 2019 Titans became just the third team since 1990 to start the season 2-4 or worse and reach the Championship Game (2002, Titans and 1996, Jacksonville).
The 2019 squad ranked in the NFL’s top 10 in scoring margin (eighth, +71), turnover margin (sixth, +6), offensive yards per play (fourth, 6.12), rushing offense (third, 138.9 yards per game), red-zone efficiency (first, 75.6 percent), total touchdowns (tied for third, 54) and third-down defense (eight, 36.3 percent). Individually, Henry led the NFL in rushing, Tannehill was the league’s highest rated passer and Brown was the NFL’s leading rookie receiver.
In his first season as a head coach, Vrabel guided the Titans to a 9-7 record and to within one game of a playoff berth, all while playing one of the NFL’s toughest schedules. The Titans played a league-high nine games during the regular season against seven eventual playoff teams, and their four wins against playoff clubs tied for the most in the league. Only New England, the Los Angeles Rams and Carolina had as many. The Titans committed only 82 penalties in 2018. Not only was that number the best in franchise history over a 16-game season, it was the lowest
total by an NFL team since 2014.
The Titans improved from having the 13th-ranked NFL defense in 2017 to an eighth-overall ranking in 2018 (333.4 yards allowed per game). They finished third in scoring defense at 18.9 points allowed per game, recording their best mark since 2008. The 2018 Titans defense also ranked second in the red zone (44.7 touchdown percentage), 10th on third down (36.6 percent), sixth in passing defense (216.9 yards per game), second in touchdowns allowed (32) and first in fourth-quarter defense (65.9 yards per game).
The 2018 Titans offense relied heavily upon a strong running attack. Averaging 126.4 rushing yards per game, the team upgraded from the NFL’s 15th-ranked rushing offense the year before Vrabel arrived to the seventh-ranked rushing offense in 2018.
Vrabel ascended quickly to his position as a head coach following a 14-year playing career as a linebacker with the Pittsburgh Steelers (1997-2000), New England Patriots (2001-08) and Kansas City Chiefs (2009-10). He spent three years as an assistant coach at Ohio State (2011-13) and four years on the Houston Texans staff (2014-17), including 2017 as the defensive coordinator, before he was hired to his current post by Titans controlling owner Amy Adams Strunk.
Vrabel’s accomplishments as a player included three Super Bowl wins (2001, 2003 and 2004), one Pro Bowl selection (2007) and an All-Pro honor (2007). He appeared in 206 NFL games and totaled 57 sacks, 496 tackles, 11 interceptions (one returned for a touchdown), 20 forced fumbles and nine fumble recoveries. A cerebral and versatile athlete, he also saw action as a tight end and totaled 10 touchdown receptions. Additionally, his teams advanced to the playoffs eight times (20 postseason games), with Vrabel recording eight postseason sacks and two additional postseason touchdown receptions.
Vrabel has spent his football life around accomplished leaders. After entering the NFL as a player in 1997, he played or coached under Bill Belichick, Bill Cowher, Romeo Crennel, Urban Meyer and Bill O’Brien. He gleaned attributes from each that helped form his philosophies as a head coach.
Upon arriving in Tennessee, Vrabel stated: “We want to build a culture around winning, competitiveness and toughness. Everything we do is going to be geared towards winning and being physical. We want to prepare our players so they know what to do, which will allow them to play fast and aggressive.”
Vrabel likewise made his own indelible impression on the same group of coaches. Upon the trade of Vrabel from the Patriots to the Chiefs in 2009, Belichick, who coached Vrabel his entire time in New England, made this comment: “Mike Vrabel epitomizes everything a coach could seek in a professional football player: toughness, intelligence, playmaking, leadership, versatility and consistency at the highest level. Behind the scenes, Mike’s wit and personality is one of the things we have all enjoyed about coming to work every day. The toughest aspect of my job is the day I stop coaching people like Mike, who did everything in his power to contribute to team success. Of all the players I have coached in my career, there is nobody I enjoyed working with more than Mike.”
Vrabel joined the Titans after four seasons with O’Brien at the Houston Texans, spending the first three seasons (2014-16) coaching linebackers and one year (2017) as the team’s defensive coordinator. During his time in Houston, the Texans built one of the top defenses in the NFL and experienced tremendous success as a team, earning division titles in 2015 and 2016.
In 2017, Vrabel’s first year as a defensive coordinator, the Texans finished the campaign with 19 players on injured
reserve. Despite the setbacks, he led the defense to the fifth-best third-down percentage in the NFL and a franchiserecord 3.97 yards per carry by opponents. Houston also had 18 different players record at least half a sack and 26 players tally at least one tackle for loss.
As the Texans linebackers coach from 2014-16, Vrabel helped mold several top-notch performers within his position group, including Jadeveon Clowney, Whitney Mercilus, Benardrick McKinney and Brian Cushing. During those three seasons, the Texans defense ranked third in the NFL in yards allowed per game (319.9) and net passing yards (218.4). Houston also ranked first in third-down defense (33.6 percent), fourth in opponent completion percentage (59.5) and sixth in points allowed per game (19.8).
The 2016 Texans ranked number one in the NFL – for the first time in franchise history – in total defense, surrendering only 301.3 yards per game. The defense also gave up the fewest first downs per game (17.0) and second-fewest net passing yards per game in the league (201.6). Clowney, Mercilus and McKinney all earned second-team All-Pro honors, while Clowney was named to the Pro Bowl for the first time in his career after posting then personal bests with 52 tackles, six sacks, 16 tackles for loss and 17 quarterback hits. Mercilus led the team in sacks for the first time in his career with 7.5 quarterback takedowns and tied for the NFL lead with four defensive fumble recoveries. McKinney led the team with a then career-high 129 tackles and became the second player in franchise history with over 100 tackles and five sacks in a season.
The 2015 Texans had the top third-down defense in the NFL, allowing a 28.5 percent conversion rate, which was the lowest percentage in franchise history and the lowest by any NFL team since the 2003 Titans (27.7 percent). The 2015 defense also set a franchise mark with 45 sacks – 22.5 of which came from Vrabel’s linebacking corps. The 2015 squad also finished third in the NFL in net yards per game (310.2) and net passing yards allowed per game (210.4) and tied for seventh in points allowed per game (19.6). Cushing’s 110 tackles led the linebacking corps and were the thirdhighest mark of his career. Mercilus enjoyed the best year of his career as he set a personal high with 12 sacks.
Prior to joining the NFL coaching ranks, Vrabel transitioned immediately from an NFL player to college coach. He started as the linebacker coach at Ohio State in 2011 and coached the defensive line from 2012–2013. In 2012, the Buckeyes finished the season undefeated at 120, and Vrabel was named Big Ten Recruiter of the Year by ESPN.com. That same season, he coached four Ohio State defensive linemen who were either drafted into the NFL or signed free agent contracts.
Vrabel was selected by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the third round (91st overall) of the 1997 NFL Draft after playing four years at Ohio State (1993-96). With the Buckeyes, he was a dominant performer, earning back-to-back AllAmerican honors and becoming the first two-time winner of the Big Ten Conference Defensive Lineman of the Year Award (1995 and 1996). He graduated from Ohio State with a degree in exercise science.
Joined by former Ohio State teammates Luke Fickell and Ryan Miller, Vrabel co-founded the 2nd & 7 Foundation. The nonprofit’s mission is “to promote reading by providing free books and positive role models to kids in need while encouraging young athletes of the community to pay it forward.” Founded in 1999 in Columbus, Ohio, the 2nd & 7 Foundation now has reading programs across the country. Students receive books from the foundation’s original “Hog Mollies” series.
A native of Akron, Ohio, Vrabel attended Walsh Jesuit High School. He and his wife, Jennifer, have two sons: Tyler and Carter.
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Titans head coach Mike Vrabel was named 2021 NFL Coach of the Year by the Associated Press.
Vrabel was recognized at the NFL Honors in Los Angeles just three days before Super Bowl LVI.
“It is an honor and a privilege to play and coach in this league,” Vrabel said. “And having coached in the Pro Bowl (last week), I know our game is in good hands. My job and every coach’s job is to teach, develop and to make a connection, and to make an impact.
“I want to thank our owner, Amy Adams Strunk, and I want to thank my family. I want to thank my wife Jen, I want to thank my sons Tyler and Carter. I want to thank my best friend – I want to thank (John Streicher) ‘Stretch’ (the team’s Coordinator of Football Development). This is a reflection of our 91 players that helped us win 12 games, and our coaching staff. Thank you, and this is a pleasure.”
Last January, Vrabel was also named 2021 Coach of the Year by the Professional Football Writers of America (PFWA).
Vrabel guided the Titans to a record of 12-5 during the regular season. Vrabel’s Titans captured the AFC’s No.1 seed for the first time since the 2008 season. The 12 wins in the regular season were the most for the franchise since 2008, when the Titans finished 13-3.
During a zoom interview after the presentation, Vrabel discussed the strong culture in Tennessee while working alongside General Manager Jon Robinson. The Titans announced earlier they’d agreed to a contract extensions with Vrabel, who was hired before the 2018 season, and Robinson, the team’s GM since 2016.
“I think it is about the people that we bring in, and it is also about our leaders,” Vrabel said. “Everybody talks about culture, and the thing that I tell our football team is we are going to define our culture by what we look like when we are at our worst. Because it is easy to say everybody has a great culture when you are winning. But when you go through struggles and maybe you lose a couple of games in a row, that is maybe when I take a peek and see what our culture looks like. I am excited about it because we have
had adversity and we’ve been able to persevere through that.”
Vrabel said Amy Adams Strunk “demands the best of Jon and myself, but she let’s us do our jobs.”
“If there’s things that she wants, she will tell us, and obviously we do it,” Vrabel said. “But she allows Jon and I to do our jobs, she trusts us to work through things, to have conversations about personnel, and about the direction of the team. … She’s given us the resources to continue to build meeting rooms and classrooms (at the facility) to help team our players. I can’t say enough about her and her family.”
Vrabel’s Titans won the AFC South for the second straight season in 2021, and the organization made its third consecutive postseason appearance in his four seasons as head coach.
The Titans used 91 players during the 2021 season, an NFL record for a non-strike season.
Vrabel’s overall record since taking over as coach of the Titans is 44-27, including regular season and playoffs. In 2021, Vrabel tied Jack Pardee for the most total wins by a head coach in his first four seasons with the organization. In Pardee’s first four seasons as head coach from 1990 through 1993, the Oilers were 43-26, including playoffs. Of all Titans/Oilers head coaches with at least four seasons with the franchise, Vrabel’s career winning percentage ranks the highest.
On several occasions, Vrabel thanked those around him.
He said coaching – and playing – is a commitment from everyone, so everyone shares in success.
“That goes for the coaching staff, and their families,” Vrabel said. “And I always tell our players: Go back and look when we lost to the Jets, the number of people that texted you after that game. Because everybody texts you when you win, but nobody texts you when you lose and says, ‘Hey, hang in there. You’ll get them next week.’ But that’s what our families do, and that’s what our kids do.
“So, I am always reminding that to our players: Not too many people remember you when you lose, or text you when you lose, and (the families) are in it for the long haul.”
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The Tennessee Titans staff have one singular mission – Win.Serve.Entertain. The service component of that mission continues to be at the heart of the organization. Several times per year, Titans employees spend time working at “All Serve”events in the community, giving back by actually dedicating time and energy to volunteerism. Most recently, the Titans partnered with Hands On Nashville to create an outdoor classroom and courtyard for students at Wright Middle School in the Glencliff community. More than 50 Titans employees volunteered their time to build a beautiful space designed for learning in the great outdoors.
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CELEBRATE TENNESSEE MURAL
As a kick-off to the 2022 NFL Draft, the Tennessee Titans unveiled its second mural in downtown Nashville called “Celebrate Tennessee,” designed and painted by Nashville muralist Eric “MOBE” Bass. This mural comes as a follow-up to the “Tennessee Tough” mural painted in 2020. The design aims to celebrate Nashville and the entire state of Tennessee.
“Celebrate Tennessee” is located on the southern facing side of the Margaritaville Hotel, located at 425 Rep. John Lewis Way South. The mural spans the full wall of the building, measuring 198 feet by 55 feet, totaling just under 11,000 square-feet. This almost triples the size of the “Tennessee Tough” mural. Components of the design include:
• A football player designed to appear as if he is walking to Nissan Stadium through downtown Nashville with elements from across the state at his back, supporting him along his journey
• Statewide symbols and representations like a guitar, mockingbird, iris and Tri-Star follow behind the player
• The elements aim to represent community, music and nature, all key to the essence of the state
“This mural is a beautiful follow-up to the original ‘Tennessee Tough’ painting. It is meant to be a celebration of all the elements that make Nashville
and the entire state of Tennessee such a special place to live, work and play,” said Titans Sr. Vice President, Chief Marketing & Revenue Officer Gil Beverly. “MOBE is an incredibly talented artist who perfectly captured the place we all call home. We hope this new addition will be a Nashville-staple to be enjoyed by our community.”
Bass’ artwork is displayed in private residences and more public locations throughout the world. In Nashville, some of his most well-known murals include “Spaceman” in Midtown, the Nashville mylar balloons in Five Points and various murals inside The Valentine on Broadway.
“As someone who has called Nashville home for many years, painting this second mural is one of the proudest moments of my career,” said MOBE “Art can truly be found anywhere, and these murals have been a labor of love dedicated to bringing the community together and reminding us of all the reasons we love this state.”
The mural is on display now and will live indefinitely through the 2022-2023 Titans season.
“This art epitomizes who we are not only as state, but as a fan base – we are tough, resilient and we always have each other’s back,” said Titans Creative Director Surf Melendez. “The representation of the entire state intends to demonstrate we are always stronger as a team, held together by the fabric of our heritage.”
TITANS CELEBRATE 2022 SCHEDULE RELEASE BY HONORING JEFFERSON STREET BUSINESSES
historically black colleges and universities are located nearby: Fisk University, Meharry Medical College and Tennessee State University.
As teams across the NFL unveiled their 2022 schedules, the Tennessee Titans took a high-visibility opportunity to celebrate a historic Nashville neighborhood. The team revealed its 2022 schedule through a short film highlighting eight iconic businesses on Jefferson Street in North Nashville, the historic corridor of Nashville’s African-American community. The film serves as a precursor for an allseason initiative to spotlight the businesses at each regular-season home game.
The vision was established by the Titans creative team in collaboration with Seck., a multihyphenate filmmaker and visual artist. Seck. has an established reputation for changing perceptions of Nashville’s Black creative community, from hip-hop to filmmaking and beyond.
“Schedule Release Day is a landmark for Creative teams across the NFL, and vying for the best and most creative way to unveil your team’s schedule can get fairly competitive,” said Surf Melendez, Vice President and Executive Creative Director for the Titans. “Ultimately as we sat down to plan our strategy this year, we had this vision of taking our ‘moment’ and making it Nashville’s moment. Being able to celebrate Jefferson Street in a video seen by such a large part of our fanbase is one of the most impactful schedule release videos I’ve ever been a part of.”
In the 1940s - 60s, Jefferson Street was one of America’s best-known districts of jazz and rhythm and blues, among other musical genres. Legendary musicians flocked to the neighborhood to perform at one of its many entertainment centers.
Jefferson Street also served as a southern hub for sit ins during the civil rights movement. Three
“We are consistently working to preserve the lineage of Nashville’s ‘original music row’ and the legacy of Jefferson Street,” said Lorenzo Washington, owner of the Jefferson Street Sound Museum. “Legends have walked this street for decades, offering some of the greatest musical traditions and historical landmarks. We are proud to partner with the Titans as we continue to grow our business and create more opportunities to tell the Jefferson Street story.”
The Titans will spotlight the below Jefferson Street businesses and business owners:
THE COLLEGE CRIB URBAN GREEK & CLOTHING CO.
OWNER(S): HORTENSE PRICE JONES (PRESIDENT), TREACHERY PRICE (VICE PRESIDENT)
JEFFERSON STREET SOUND
OWNER: LORENZO WASHINGTON
NAJEAL’S HAIR STUDIO
OWNER: RENEA JONES
EG & MC COCKTAIL & TAPAS BAR
OWNER(S): CLINT GRAY, GEMAAL PRATTS, E.J. REED, & DERRICK ‘MO’ MOORE
WOODCUTS GALLERY & FRAMING
OWNER: NATHANIEL HARRIS
OWNER(S): ROSETTA MILLER-PERRY & WANDA MILLER-BENSON
OWNER: JORDAN HARRIS
SILVER SANDS CAFÉ
OWNER: SOPHIA VAUGHN
“Jefferson Street is absolutely essential to the fabric of the African-American community and all of Nashville,” said Adolpho Birch III, Senior Vice President of Business Affairs and Chief Legal Officer for the Titans. “For decades, these small business owners and others have worked diligently to maintain the character and integrity of the neighborhood and keep alive the stories of its rich history. Highlighting important touchstones like Jefferson Street and reinforcing the values of cultural diversity are deeply
important to the Titans organization. We look forward to more opportunities to highlight streets and neighborhoods across the state of Tennessee.”
All eight benefiting businesses were profiled in the schedule release video and will be further highlighted throughout the 2022 football season.
The Tennessee Titans and Shift4, the Official Payment Solutions Partner of the Tennessee Titans, are donating marketing efforts during the 2022 season to these Jefferson Street businesses.
TENNESSEE TITANS, METRO NASHVILLE PUBLIC SCHOOLS ANNOUNCE GIRLS FLAG FOOTBALL LEAGUE
The Tennessee Titans and Metro Nashville Public Schools (MNPS) announced in June that they have partnered to bring an interscholastic girls flag football league to Nashville and Davidson County. The league is an expansion of the Titans’ effort to bring girls flag football to the state of Tennessee after a successful pilot season in Williamson County during the 2021-2022 school year.
The MNPS league will take place in Spring 2023 and feature 15 schools in its first year. Schools participating and the schedule structure for the season will be announced at a later time.
“Women make up approximately half of the Titans’ and NFL’s fan base, and it’s clear from our experience in Williamson County that young women in Tennessee are craving more ways to get engaged in the sport,” said Kate Guerra, Titans Vice President of Marketing and Communications. “Throughout the NFL, we’re seeing more women working in football operations and front office roles than ever before, and it’s very possible we’re fostering the next generation right here in our backyard. We couldn’t be more thrilled to expand this league to MNPS and look forward to seeing the students out on the field.”
MNPS and the Titans will collaborate with the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association (TSSAA) on the league as it continues to evaluate the potential to officially sanction the sport in Tennessee. TSSAA will advise in the area of game officials, championship planning, tournament format, rules interpretations, and any other areas that may be helpful in setting a framework for Girls’ Flag Football to grow in Tennessee.
NFL FLAG, which has led efforts to expand women’s flag football across the U.S. at the youth, high school, and collegiate levels, will also partner with the program
to provide training and guidance.
“We couldn’t wait to partner with the Tennessee Titans to bring girls flag football to Metro,” said Mark North, Athletics Director for MNPS High Schools. “We are proud of our student-athletes and the tremendous amount of talent in our school district, and we can’t wait to offer young women a new avenue to engage with football and utilize their athletic abilities. A huge thanks to the Titans organization for making this a reality.”
In Spring 2022, the Titans worked with the Williamson County Sports Conference to establish the state’s first-ever interscholastic girls flag football league in Williamson County’s nine public schools. The inaugural season ran from March to May 2022, with Ravenwood High School earning the league championship. The WCS league will continue in 2023.
The Titans have a long-standing commitment to developing youth football across its region. Throughout the season, the team honors High School Coach of the Week and Coach of the Year recipients and hosts the Tennessee Titans Mr. Football Awards every fall. Recently, the team awarded over $350,000 in grants to youth football organizations across the state.
TENNESSEE TITANS ANNOUNCE 2022 YOUTH FOOTBALL CAMPS ACROSS THE STATE
During the month of June, the Tennessee Titans traveled across the state of Tennessee to host youth football camps for children ages 7-14, expanding the team’s youth football program outside of the Middle Tennessee for the first time. The youth football camp program, which was established in 2016, offered kids coaching that applies both on and off the field.
“Youth football makes a huge impact on the growth and fostering of kids across our state. Since launching this program in 2016, we have seen increased demand for the opportunity to train alongside the Titans, so we’re proud to take this event on the road sharing it with 7 communities in Tennessee,” said Titans Director of Marketing, Youth and Community Engagement, Josh Corey. “These camps offer young athletes a chance to not only learn the fundamentals to become a better player, but also life skills that we hope will positively influence them for years to come.”
Participants learned proper football fundamentals, skills and position techniques, as well as teamwork skills and the value of good character. Instruction was led by Tennessee high school coaches, as well as additional support from former Titans players.
THE SCHEDULE INCLUDED 7 CITIES ACROSS THE STATE OF TENNESSEE:
FRIDAY, JUNE 3
PAGE HIGH SCHOOL FRANKLIN, TN
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8
CHRIST PRESBYTERIAN ACADEMY NASHVILLE, TN
FRIDAY, JUNE 10
CHRISTIAN BROTHERS HIGH SCHOOL MEMPHIS, TN
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15 HARDIN VALLEY ACADEMY KNOXVILLE, TN
FRIDAY, JUNE 17 FRANKLIN ROAD ACADEMY NASHVILLE, TN
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22 OAKLAND HIGH SCHOOL MURFREESBORO, TN
FRIDAY, JUNE 24 EAST HAMILTON HIGH SCHOOL CHATTANOOGA, TN
Camp registration included a t-shirt, Titans giveaway bag, instruction from former Titans players and local high school coaches, and the option to purchase discounted $30 tickets to the Titans vs. Colts game at Nissan Stadium.
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ADA drop-off is located at the south end of the stadium at 1st & Victory, near Lot J.
Wheelchairs can be rented at our Fan Services Window (Section 124). For guests needing wheelchair pickup and/or drop-off services, any of our Fan Services Representatives will be happy to assist.
Guests with sensory needs can check out KultureCity Sensory Kits at our Fan Services window in Section 124 or visit our Sensory Room in Section 101. Sensory Kits include noise cancelling headphones, fidget items, and emotional rating cards. Our Sensory Room was designed by medical professionals specifically for the needs of those who may need a quieter and more secure environment while attending an event. We also have Quiet Areas located in the Mother’s Lounges at sections 310 and 337.
Guests attending events at Nissan Stadium must be 21 years of age or older to purchase or consume alcoholic beverages on property. Management reserves the right to check proof of age at any time. Violations of this alcohol policy may result in ejection and/or arrest. During Titans home games, alcohol sales end at the conclusion of the 3rd Quarter. For all other Nissan Stadium events, alcohol sales end 30 minutes prior to the end of the event.
Assistive animals for guests with disabilities are permitted in Nissan Stadium.
Nissan Stadium is a cashless facility and does not offer ATMs. We accept credit card and mobile payment only, including all vendors, concession stands, bars, parking and retail locations. We offer cash conversion inside the stadium at the box office windows in sections 108, 123, 309, and 338. Guests can convert their cash into $20 gift cards that can be used throughout the venue.
AWAY GAME TICKETS AND TRAVEL PACKAGES
Tickets for away games are not available for purchase through our Titans Ticket Office. Guests should contact the opponent club for ticket availability (please note, other teams may sell out prior to the opening of the season).
We strongly encourage guests NOT to bring any type of bag to Nissan Stadium to expedite entry at the gates. If you need to bring personal items to the game, please familiarize yourself with our clear bag policy.
- Clear bags must be 12” x 12” x 6” or smaller. This includes clear cinch sacks, clear diaper bags, gallon ziploc bags, etc.
- Non-transparent bags, wallets and cases must not exceed 4.5” X 6.5” even if you are placing it inside` your larger clear bag. Please Note: Non-transparent bags (4.5” x 6.5” or smaller) are still subject to inspection by security personnel at the gates.
- The clear bag policy is in effect for Nissan Stadium events.
- Storage Lockers Available
- Lockers for oversized bags and prohibited items not allowed into the stadium are available for rent in the Nissan Stadium parking lot. Pricing starts at $10.
- No prohibited items will be accepted at the stadium gates for safekeeping.
- Please do not discard or hide prohibited items outside of the stadium gates and in the perimeter landscaping. All unattended items will be confiscated.
BANNERS AND SIGNS
Signs no larger than standard poster board (28” x 22”) are allowed in the stadium; however, they may not be affixed to any part of the stadium (railing, wall, etc.). Be sure the sign does not block the view of other patrons. Banners deemed objectionable will be removed and confiscated. Banners or flags on sticks or poles are strictly prohibited. During concerts and other non-sporting events, permissible signage guidelines are subject to change based on artist and/or management discretion. All updates will be communicated via www. nissanstadium.com or on the Nissan Stadium social channels.
Designated bicycle parking racks are located across the street from Gates 1, 3, 6, and 8.
For cold and inclement weather, make sure you’re prepared. Blankets, jackets and coats are permissible. You are welcome to wear or carry these items as you approach the gate. Battery operated clothing is also permitted for entry.
BOX OFFICE HOURS
Nissan Stadium’s Ticket Office will only be available for walk up customer service on the day of an event. Please note the Box Office will be open 3 hours prior to an event start at Nissan Stadium.
All Titans games can be heard on the Titans Radio Network in Nashville on its flagship station WGFX-FM (104.5). Out-of-town Titans preseason games can be seen on WKRN-TV (Channel 2). All Titans games, whether home or away, can be seen on ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX, or NFL Network affiliates.
CAMERA AND VIDEO EQUIPMENT
Still cameras are permitted in Nissan Stadium; however, a camera cannot be carried into the stadium in its own bag. Professional sized zoom lenses are not permitted. Please note, cases cannot be larger than 4.5” x 6.5” per the stadium’s Clear Bag Policy.
Concerts and special events may have other restrictions or limitations on cameras and video devices. Please check www. nissanstadium.com for updates.
Nissan Stadium accepts credit card and mobile payment only, including all vendors, concession stands, bars, parking and retail locations. We offer cash conversion inside the stadium at the box office windows in sections 108, 123, 309, and 338. Guests can convert their cash into $20 gift cards that can be used throughout Nissan Stadium.
The Titans proudly partner with several local, non-profit organizations to collect needed items for the community. For the latest information on charity drives, visit https://twitter.com/titanscommunity.
CHILD AGE RESTRICTIONS
Children under age two (2) may be held in an adult’s lap and are not required to have an event ticket.
CHILD CARE PRODUCTS
Children two and older need a ticket for entry. Children under the age of two may be seated in your lap.
THE FOLLOWING CHILD CARE PRODUCTS ARE PERMITTED:
- Clear diaper bags only
- Clear plastic bottles/sippy cups containing liquid for the child (children under two)
- Baby food, snacks and formula in plastic containers for children under two (no glass)
- Wipes (Place in clear Ziploc bag to expedite inspection and gate entry | Original packaging is permissible; however, it will need to be opened for a detailed inspection)
- Baby carrier/harness
COMMENTS / SUGGESTIONS
We strive to always deliver a memorable stadium experience and welcome all feedback. Be sure to touch base with our Fan Services staff on event days and they will record your feedback as well!
Nissan Stadium has partnered with local and national food brands to bring a variety of outstanding food and beverage options to our guests. There are 62 concession stands located throughout Nissan Stadium.
For the safety of all our guests, containers cannot be carried into Nissan Stadium. This includes coolers, glass bottles and cans. If you have a medical need, please see any of our security staff members for assistance. Please note, empty, clear plastic water bottles are permissible.
Fans of legal drinking age holding a valid driver’s license are eligible to become “Designated Drivers.” In return for signing a pledge not to drink alcoholic beverages during the game, and for accepting responsibility for driving other members of their group home,
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designated drivers will receive a token that can be redeemed at concession stands for free soft drinks during the game.
The Designated Driver sign up is located inside Gate 4/5.
**AVAILABLE DURING TENNESSEE TITANS HOME GAMES ONLY
Through the donation of autographed items for silent and live auctions, the Tennessee Titans are able to support the fundraising efforts of hundreds of local charities and community organizations each year. We make every effort to accommodate as many auction requests as possible, but please be aware that we cannot guarantee every donation request will be fulfilled.
Please note all donation requests must be submitted online four (4) weeks prior to your event date and your organization must have a valid IRC 501(c)3 tax exempt number. After you apply, you will receive updates through the DonationXchange platform. Please note, we are unable to donate game tickets.
Ticketmaster is the only authorized ticketing partner of Nissan Stadium and the Tennessee Titans. The only authorized Titans ticket resale website is Ticketmaster’s NFL Ticket Exchange. If you purchase tickets from an unauthorized ticketing agent on the secondary market, you risk purchasing counterfeit or invalid tickets that may not gain stadium entry. The Nissan Stadium Ticket Office is only able to assist patrons who purchase from an authorized ticketing partner. For ticket solution day of game, please visit the ticket service windows behind section 108.
Keep in mind - For Tennessee Titans games, all game tickets are mobile. If you should choose to purchase tickets from an unauthorized third party:
• Stadium admission will be refused if tickets are invalid.
• Lost or stolen tickets purchased through a third party will not be replaced by the Ticket Office.
• Tickets can only be reissued to the ticket buyer of record with a valid photo I.D.
• If there is an error with your tickets, you are responsible for contacting the third party. The Ticket Office will not contact third party vendors.
• Nissan Stadium and the Tennessee Titans cannot refund any third-party tickets.
Nissan Stadium reserves the right to eject or to refuse admission to any persons whose behavior is or becomes unruly, or who use vulgar language or who participate in conduct that is a nuisance or is illegal. Such persons will have their tickets confiscated without refund and will be escorted from Nissan Stadium property. Repeated offenses by the same ticket holder may result in cancellation of season tickets and PSLs.
Each ticket (or credential) is a limited revocable license, which may be revoked at any time at the sole discretion of the Titans. All licenses are subject to rules and regulations of the Titans and the National Football League (“NFL”). A ticket may be revoked, and the ticket holder may be ejected from the stadium for failure to meet payment deadlines, disorderly conduct, or violation of laws or rules. License information is printed on the back of each ticket.
Suite & Club Access
There are two banks of elevators in Nissan Stadium at each Suite/ Club entrance. They are located behind sections 108 & 139. Use of these elevators is limited to Suite/Club seat holders and their guests and to patrons with disabilities and their accompanying guests. (Please note, guests with disabilities that do not have a Suite or Club seat ticket for stadium events, but wish to use these elevators, must obtain a special elevator pass from the Ticket Office by calling 615.565.4200, option 1.)
There are two banks of high-speed elevators -- each with six (6) cars -- to service upper-level ticket holders. The banks of the elevators are located behind sections 119/120 & 127/128 and go expressly from the concourse level directly to the upper deck in 15 seconds.
All Nissan Stadium staff have been trained for proper procedures
should an emergency evacuation be necessary. Appropriate emergency information will be displayed on the scoreboard and/ or announced over the public address system. In the event Nissan Stadium elevators become inoperable, the ramps will serve as exit points (ushers and other security personnel will aid should anyone need it).
FAN CODE OF CONDUCT
The NFL, Tennessee Titans, and Nissan Stadium are committed to creating a safe, comfortable and enjoyable experience for all guests, both in Nissan Stadium and in the parking lots. We want all guests attending our events to enjoy their experience. Guests are responsible for their conduct as well as the conduct of their guests and/or persons occupying their seats.
To report any issues, text FANHELP issue and location to 615.205.3699 or call 615.565.4494.
As part of our event experience, Fan Services Representatives are located throughout the Nissan Stadium concourses. Guests can obtain directions, locate stadium services, request assistance and find other useful information from each staff member.
Lower Level – Gate 1, Gate 6, North and South End Zone Plazas, behind section 123 Club Levels – Top of the Escalator Landing Upper Level – 309, 321, 326, 338
First-aid stations can be found at each of the following locations: Main Level - Sections 105 in the NE corner; 142 in the NW corner Press Level - North of the elevator foyer near the freight elevator Club Level - North of the elevator foyer near the freight elevator Upper Level - Sections 305 and 342 Saint Thomas Hospital medical staff and paramedic units are on duty during the game for those requiring medical assistance.
Please note: Nursing mothers are welcome to utilize any First Aid location in-stadium.
FLEX SCHEDULING NOTE
The date and time of Titans games (and the opening of the gates) are subject to change by the Tennessee Titans in its sole discretion or as a result of events beyond the Tennessee Titans’ control. No refund or other remedy will be provided if the ticket holder cannot attend.
GATES & GATE ENTRY
Nissan Stadium entrances open two (2) hours prior to kickoff for Titans home games. We suggest arriving early for each event. For all other events, check NissanStadium.com.
Nissan Stadium is now partnered with Evolv, a technology-driven, next generation security system. Upon approaching the gates, do not remove any items from your clear bag or pockets. Walk through the Evolv Express system holding your clear bag and follow the instructions of gate officials. Please have your mobile ticket visible and ready to scan.
Please note, only Club and Suite Level tickets will be permitted entry through the East Club and Wesley Mortgage Club stadium entrances.
All guests are subject to Nissan Stadium entry procedures, including metal detection, bag search, and clear bag policy.
Visit https://www.tennesseetitans.com/tickets/group-tickets to request more information about Tennessee Titans group tickets and hospitality packages.
HEALTH AND SAFETY
Our commitment to guest, employee and player health and safety remains our top priority. As Nissan Stadium returns to full capacity, we remain focused on keeping Nissan Stadium ready for guests as they return to our gates.
Our Safe Stadium Plan features enhanced sanitation procedures, a more touchless experience through mobile ticketing turnstiles and bathroom fixtures, over 400 hand sanitizing stations throughout the stadium and several other health and safety protocols. The plan was created in collaboration with the NFL, MLS, national and local government entities and health experts, and we will continue to work with these parties as we reintroduce fans to Nissan Stadium.
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Guests with sensory needs can check out KultureCity Sensory Kits at our Fan Accommodations booth in Section 123 or visit our Sensory Room in Section 101. Sensory Kits include noise cancelling headphones, fidget items, and emotional rating cards. Our Sensory Room was designed by medical professionals specifically for the needs of those who may need a quieter and more secure environment while attending an event. We also have Quiet Areas located in the Mother’s Lounges at sections 310 and 337.
LOST AND FOUND
During an event, report lost and found items to Fan Accommodations located behind Section 123. You may leave a recorded message on the Lost and Found Hotline, (615) 565-4217 or submit an online inquiry.
LOST CHILDREN / PARENTS
Safety is our top priority at all Nissan Stadium events. Parents who are unable to locate their child should visit Fan Accommodations at section 123 or the closest stadium staff member for assistance.
The Nissan Stadium mailing address is: One Titans Way, Nashville, TN 37213.
Face coverings are not required at Nissan Stadium, though are encouraged among non-vaccinated individuals.
Our media entrance is located on the West side of Nissan Stadium next to Gate 6. Proper stadium-issued credentials are required for entry. All bags and belongings are subject to search.
MEDICALLY NECESSARY ITEMS
Medically necessary items are permitted at all stadium gates. For a list of approved child care items, please see CHILD CARE PRODUCTS above. If you are in need of a separate security screening, you can notify any of our security staff members who will be happy to assist.
Novelty stands with a variety of merchandise are located throughout Nissan Stadium. The main merchandise store is located on the concourse near Section 113.
Other stands are located at:
• Main Level - Sections 107, 133 and 140
• Club Level - Sections 206, 217, 230, and 241
• Upper Level - Sections 305, 318, 329, 342
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All tickets have transitioned to be completely mobile on Nissan Stadium event days. PDF/print-at-home tickets and season ticket cards are no longer accepted at Nissan Stadium gates for entry into Nissan Stadium events.
Please have your mobile ticket pulled up on your phone as you approach the ticket turnstile. If you need assistance with your mobile tickets on event day, please visit the ticket windows by Gate 1 or find a mobile ticket specialist outside each entrance. Ticket Office personnel can assist guests who purchased through a valid source – Ticketmaster, NFL TicketExchange or the stadium’s Ticket Office. Proper photo identification is required to assist with any ticket resolution.
There are currently two Mother’s Lounges and one Mamava Suite available to nursing mothers. All Lounges are equipped with a changing table, an outlet, and a chair for nursing. Please note, any First Aid Station in Nissan Stadium will also accommodate a nursing mother.
• East Upper Level behind Section 310
• West Upper Level behind Section 337
•Mamava Suite located on the concourse behind Section 119
For Tennessee Titans home games, ALL Nissan Stadium Parking Lots
require a Titans-issued parking pass. There are no cash lots on Nissan Stadium property on Titans gamedays, and if you do not have a Titansissue parking pass, your vehicle will not be allowed on to the campus. All other event parking pricing and information is subject to change.
Bicycle Parking is located across the street from gates 1, 3, 6, & 8.
For information about all premium seating & hospitality packages please visit https://www.tennesseetitans.com/tickets/premiumseating/luxury-suites
UPDATE: HAND SANITIZERS UNDER 8OZ AND SANITIZING WIPES ARE ALLOWED DURING THE 2021 SEASON.
Prohibited items include, but are not limited to: - any non-transparent bag larger than 4.5” x 6.5” - coolers or containers, including glass bottles, cans (aerosol and non-aerosol), thermos, hard plastic tumbler metal flasks, metal cigar/cigarette cases
- seat cushions, folding and/or standalone chairs - umbrellas
- strollers or baby seats
- camera lenses over 6”, video cameras/recording devices, tripods poles, selfie sticks, sticks of any kind
- drones, unmanned aircraft
- horns, whistles or other noisemakers
- weapons of any kind (including pocket knives) - outside food/beverages
- illegal drugs or substances, any alcoholic beverage - animals, except service animals assisting guests with disabilities footballs, inflatable balls, balloons - any headwear or apparel with hazardous attachments including, but not limited to, spikes and blades - lights (flashlights, LED lights, etc.)
- anything that creates a nuisance or disruption
During concerts and other non-sporting events, additions may be made to the prohibited items list, at the discretion of the artist and/ or management. All updates will be communicated via the Nissan Stadium website and social media channels.
InShuttle - Titan Fan Express
The Titans have teamed with InShuttle to provide a comprehensive park-and-ride system on Titans gamedays. Buses begin loading 90 minutes before kickoff and continue to run until 15 minutes after kickoff. Accessible buses are available to transport guests with disabilities. Round trip tickets for all riders are $15 (children 5 & under free - must sit in adult’s lap) and can be purchased onsite at each park-and-ride location. Buses run approximately 90 minutes after the game ends.
Contact InShuttle at 615.255.3519 for full details or visit InShuttle. com for park and ride locations.
Please note, masks are currently required for all fans on InShuttle buses.
The Titans Express
** REGULAR SEASON ONLY **
The Titans Express is a football fan’s most convenient and comfortable ride to and from games all season long.
Service begins in Lebanon with stops in Hamilton Springs, Martha, Mt. Juliet, Hermitage, and Donelson before arriving in downtown Nashville.
Only 650 tickets are available for each game. Round-trip tickets cost $15. Children age 4 and younger will not need a ticket to board; however, they are required to sit in a parent’s lap.
Small, single-speaker radios and headphones are permitted in Nissan Stadium for Titans games as long as they do not interfere with any other guest’s enjoyment of the game. We reserve the right to ask any patron to discontinue the use of such devices.
Recycling containers are located throughout the stadium concourse and in all Nissan Stadium parking lots.
Nissan Stadium has a total of 78 public restrooms. Accessible facilities are available in all restrooms. Mother’s Lounges are located throughout the stadium. See Mother’s Lounges section for more information.
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Lower Level - Sections 105, 119, 129 and 142
Club Level - Sections 203, 218, 229 and 244
Upper Level - Sections 306, 316, 332 and 341
Rideshare drop-off and pickup locations are at South 2nd St. and Crutcher Street, and at the intersection of Woodland and South 1st St.
SEASON TICKETS AND SEASON TICKET SERVICES
Visit https://www.tennesseetitans.com/tickets/season-tickets to request Titans season ticket information and view a list of all Season Ticket Member benefits. You may also call the Titans Ticket Office at 615.565.4200, option 1.
In order to purchase season tickets at Nissan Stadium, the purchase of a Permanent Seat License (PSL) is required.
Season Ticket Services
Season Ticket Members, call the Titans Ticket Office at 615.565.4200, option 1, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Seat cushions are not permitted for Stadium entry. Titans Season Ticket Members may pre-purchase seat cushions that will be affixed to their PSL location for the duration of the season.
Patrons in need of assistance should notify the nearest stadium staff member. Security is active throughout Nissan Stadium for all events to ensure the safety and comfort of our guests. To report any issues, text FANHELP issue and location to 615.205.3699 or call 615.565.4494.
Single game tickets can be purchased at ticketmaster.com, or by calling 1.800.745.3000.
You may also purchase directly from the Titans Ticket Office on event day by visiting the ticket windows on the East side of Nissan Stadium next to Gate 1. Prices and availability will vary by game.
Nissan Stadium is a Smoke-Free and Vape-Free Facility. This includes cigarettes, vapes, e-cigarettes and any other similar product. There are NO designated smoking areas inside the stadium and re-entry is prohibited.
SOUND AMPLIFICATION EQUIPMENT
Sound-amplification equipment usage is not permitted at Nissan Stadium, including the parking lots.
Interested in bringing your next function to the home of the Tennessee Titans for an unforgettable event that is sure to make a lasting impact on your guests? View the special events page or contact our Events Team, at 615.565.4311 or email@example.com.
For your convenience, lockers for prohibited items and bags not allowed into the stadium are available for rent at the below locations: Located across from Gate 3 (North location) and Lot T (South location) Price of rental is $10.
Locker locations may change for non-Titans events. Please see any Fan Services Representative for information.
Strollers are not permitted at any Nissan Stadium events.
Suites are available on an annual, multi-game and single game basis! For additional information, please contact our Premium Sales Department at 615.565.4200 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Small tablets, such as a standard iPad (with screen size 10” or less), are permissible for stadium entry. For the comfort of all guests, we encourage that tablet usage be limited to in-seat only.
Tailgating is permitted at Nissan Stadium under the following guidelines: Tailgating is permitted only directly behind your vehicle. Your tailgate may not extend into another space. Do not block parking access or obstruct a roadway at any time.
Management reserves the right to limit or restrict tailgating. You may not save parking spaces.
Numbered spaces in grassy areas are parking spots for vehicles, not additional tailgating space.
Used designated trash cans and receptacles.
Televisions, radios and other music playing devices are permitted in and directly behind the parking space in which your vehicle is parked. Please be aware of the volume and your neighbors’ tailgating experience.
Tents may not be staked into the ground. Weights only.
Hot coals should be extinguished and disposed in the coal bibs/ dumpsters located throughout the parking lots. Propane grills are not permitted.
Parking attendants and security staff will monitor tailgate activities and assist fans. If you have an issue in the lot, please report immediately. Text FANHELP to 615-205-3699
TICKET SALES AND INFORMATION
To purchase tickets to any Nissan Stadium event, including Tennessee Titans home games, call Ticketmaster at 1.800.745.3000 or visit ticketmaster.com.
Regular business hours at the Nissan Stadium Ticket Office are Monday-Friday, 8:30am-5:00pm. You can reach a ticket representative by calling 615.565.4200, option 1 or emailing email@example.com.
If you are interested in purchasing Titans season tickets, call the Titans Ticket Office at 615.565.4200, option 2.
All tickets for Nissan Stadium events are mobile only. For those that do not have a capable mobile device the box office charges a $5 per ticket print fee. Please visit the box office on event day for details and printing.
On event days, please visit our Customer Service areas at the Gate 1 ticket windows outside of the stadium, as well as on the concourse behind Section 108 for ticket resolution. Mobile ticket specialists are also stationed outside each gate to provide assistance.
For the safety of our guests, as well as the ability of all guests to have as clear a sight line as possible, umbrellas are not permitted within Nissan Stadium. Nissan Stadium gate personnel will not check umbrellas; they must be left in vehicles or taken to the locker rental. Lockers for prohibited items and bags not allowed into the stadium are available for rent at the below locations:
-- Located across from Gate 3 (North location) and Lot T (South location)
Price of rental is $10.
Locker locations may change for non-Titans events. Please see any Fan Services Representative for information.
Water fountains are located throughout Nissan Stadium at:
• Lower-Level Sections: 107, 109, 110, 114, 115, 117, 118, 123, 125, 129, 130, 132, 133, 137, 138, 140 and 141
• Club-Level Sections: 210, 215, 232 and 237
• Upper-Level Sections: 305, 306, 307, 310, 312, 314, 315, 317, 318, 319, 328, 329, 330, 332, 333, 335, 337, 340, 341 and 342
Wheelchairs can be rented at our Fan Services window (Section 124). For guests needing wheelchair pick-up and/or drop-off, one of our Fan Services Representatives would be happy to assist. Staff members are located on both the stadium perimeter and interior on event days.
*Will Call windows are located on the East side of Nissan Stadium by Gate 1. Proper photo identification such as a driver’s license will be required in order to pick up tickets. Will Call will be open three (3) hours prior to kickoff of each Titans game. For other events, check with the stadium’s Ticket Office for Will Call hours of operation by calling 615.565.4200. *
*Subject to change due to COVID-19 protocols.
PLEASE NOTE: The Ticket Office does not accept tickets from guests to be held at will call. Guests can log into their My Titans account to transfer tickets to desired recipient.
NISSAN STADIUM GUEST CODE OF CONDUCT
The Tennessee Titans and Nissan Stadium seek to foster a safe, comfortable, and enjoyable sports and entertainment experience. Enjoy the game but be sure to respect other fans by keeping your language clean, refraining from using obscene gestures, or disrupting play in any manner. Failure to follow instruction of law enforcement, guest services or security staff could lead to ejection or even arrest. If you see something, say something. Contact an usher or text FANHELP with your seat location to 615-205-3699. Thank you and enjoy the game.
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NO. NAME POS. HT. WT. DATE EXP. COLLEGE 76 Anderson, Calvin T 6-5 300 26 4 Texas 34 Bassey, Essang CB 5-10 190 24 3 Wake Forest 83 Beck, Andrew FB/TE 6-3 255 26 4 Texas 42 Bonitto, Nik OLB 6-3 240 23 R Oklahoma 56 Browning, Baron OLB 6-3 240 23 2 Ohio State 16 Cleveland, Tyrie WR 6-2 205 25 3 Florida 53 Cooper, Jonathon OLB 6-4 257 24 2 Ohio State 79 Cushenberry III, Lloyd C 6-4 315 24 3 Louisiana State 80 Dulcich, Greg TE 6-4 245 22 R UCLA
Edmonds, Chase RB 5-9 201 26 5 Fordham 73 Fleming, Cam T 6-5 320 30 9 Stanford 48 Fraboni, Mitchell LS 6-2 223 26 1 Arizona State 61 Glasgow, Graham G 6-6 310 30 7 Michigan 25 Gordon III, Melvin RB 6-1 215 29 8 Wisconsin 50 Griffith, Jonas ILB 6-4 250 25 2 Indiana State 1 Hamler, KJ WR 5-9 178 23 3 Penn State 91 Henningsen, Matt DE 6-3 291 23 R Wisconsin 9 Hinton, Kendall WR 6-0 195 25 3 Wake Forest 22 Jackson, Kareem S 5-10 183 34 13 Alabama 10 Jeudy, Jerry WR 6-1 193 23 3 Alabama 47 Jewell, Josey ILB 6-2 236 27 5 Iowa 97 Jones, D.J. DT 6-0 305 27 6 Mississippi 93 Jones, Dre’Mont DE 6-3 281 25 4 Ohio State 6 Locke, P.J. S 5-10 202 25 3 Texas 37 Mack, Marlon RB 6-0 212 26 6 South Florida Martin, Jacob DE 6-2 242 26 5 Temple 27 Mathis, Damarri CB 5-11 195 23 R Pittsburgh 8 McManus, Brandon K 6-3 201 31 9 Temple 77 Meinerz, Quinn G/C 6-3 320 23 2 Wisconsin-Whitewater 28 Murray, Latavius RB 6-3 230 32 10 Central Florida 85 Okwuegbunam, Albert TE 6-5 258 24 3 Missouri 13 Ojemudia, Michael CB 6-1 200 25 3 Iowa 20 Phillips, Darius CB 5-10 190 27 5 Western Michigan 98 Purcell, Mike DL 6-3 328 31 7 Wyoming 66 Risner, Dalton G 6-5 312 27 4 Kansas State 4 Rypien, Brett QB 6-2 202 26 4 Boise State 82 Saubert, Eric TE 6-5 253 28 6 Drake 31 Simmons, Justin S 6-2 202 28 7 Boston College 49 Singleton, Alex ILB 6-2 240 28 4 Montana State 40 Strnad, Justin ILB 6-3 235 26 3 Wake Forest 2 Surtain II, Pat CB 6-2 202 22 2 Alabama 14 Sutton, Courtland WR 6-4 216 27 5 Southern Methodist 87 Tomlinson, Eric TE 6-6 263 30 7 UTEP 57 Turner, Billy OL 6-5 310 31 9 North Dakota State 32 Turner-Yell, Delarrin S 5-11 200 22 R Oklahoma 96 Uwazurike, Eyioma DL 6-6 320 24 R Iowa State 15 Virgil, Jalen WR 6-1 210 24 R Appalachian State 17 Waitman, Corliss P 6-2 210 27 2 South Alabama 12 Washington, Montrell WR 5-10 170 23 R Samford 60 Wattenberg, Luke C 6-5 300 25 R Washington 99 Williams, DeShawn DL 6-1 291 29 5 Clemson 21 Williams, K’Waun CB 5-9 185 31 8 Pittsburgh 3 Wilson, Russell QB 5-11 215 33 11 Wisconsin80
95 Agim, McTelvin DL 6-3 300 25 3 Arkansas 75 Bailey, Quinn T 6-6 323 27 4 Arizona State 84 Benson, Trinity WR 6-0 180 25 2 East Central 67 DiLauro, Christian T 6-6 300 27 2 Illinois 41 Harris, Anthony S 6-1 202 31 8 Virginia 92 Harris, Jonathan DL 6-5 295 26 3 Lindenwood 29 Hicks, Faion CB 5-10 192 24 R Wisconsin 89 Johnson, Brandon WR 6-2 195 24 R Central Florida 11 Johnson, Josh QB 6-2 201 36 13 San Diego 90 Kongbo, Jonathan OLB 6-5 255 26 1 Tennessee 54 Langi, Harvey LB 6-2 250 30 5 Brigham Young Zach McCloud OLB 6-2 254 24 R Miami (Fla.) 35 McMillian, Ja’Quan CB 5-10 183 22 R East Carolina 52 Muti, Netane G 6-3 315 23 3 Fresno State 36 Ozigbo, Devine RB 6-0 225 26 4 Nebraska 78 Sherman, Will T 6-4 300 23 2 Colorado
45 Allen, Christopher OLB 6-4 242 24 R Alabama 46 Bobenmoyer, Jacob LS 6-2 235 25 3 Northern Colorado 72 Bolles, Garett T 6-5 300 30 6 Utah 26 Boone, Mike RB 5-10 206 27 5 Cincinnati 28 Crockett, Damarea RB 5-11 225 24 2 Missouri 23 Darby, Ronald
RESULTS DATE W-L SCORE OT OPPONENT 09/12 L 16-17 at Seattle 09/18 W 16-9 Houston 09/25 W 11-10 San Francisco 10/02 L 23-32 at Las Vegas 10/06 L 9-12 OT Indianapolis 10/17 L 16-19 OT at L.A. Chargers 10/23 L 9-16 N.Y. Jets 10/30 W 21-17 at Jacksonville 11/13 at Tennessee 11/20 Las Vegas 11/27 at Carolina 12/04 at Baltimore 12/11 Kansas City 12/18 Arizona 12/25 at L.A. Rams 01/01 at Kansas City 01/08 L.A. Chargers
TOTAL FIRST DOWNS 136 149 Rushing 43 54 Passing 79 70 Penalty 14 25
3rd Down: Made/Att 33/113 38/111 3rd Down Pct. 29.2 34.2
4th Down: Made/Att 6/12 2/7 4th Down Pct. 50.0 28.6
POSSESSION AVG. 29:46 30:14
TOTAL NET YARDS 2631 2307 Avg. Per Game 328.9 288.4
TOTAL PLAYS 509 508 Avg. Per Play 5.2 4.5
NET YARDS RUSHING 867 981 Avg. Per Game 108.4 122.6 Total Rushes 211 200
NET YARDS PASSING 1764 1326 Avg. Per Game 220.5 165.8 Sacked/Yards Lost 24/155 24/188 Gross Yards 1919 1514 Att./Completions 274/158284/178
Completion Pct. 57.7 62.7 Had Intercepted 5 6 PUNTS/AVERAGE 45/45.943/50.2
NET PUNTING AVG. 45/41.4 43/43.0 PENALTIES/YARDS 70/600 57/528
FUMBLES/BALL LOST 11/4 13/3
ATT CMP YDS CMP% YDS/ATT TD TD% INT INT% LONG SACK/LOST RATING
Wilson 228 134 1694 58.8 7.43 6 2.6 4 1.8 67t 23/149 83.5 Rypien 46 24 225 52.2 4.89 0 0.0 1 2.2 45 1/6 56.9 TEAM 274 158 1919 57.7 7.00 6 2.2 5 1.8 67t 24/155 79.0 OPPONENTS 284 178 1514 62.7 5.33 4 1.4 6 2.1 38t 24/188 72.4
NO. YDS AVG LONG TD Gordon 75 263 3.5 17 2 J. Williams 47 204 4.3 17 0 Murray 48 193 4.0 14 3 Edmonds 42 120 2.9 28 2 Wilson 25 113 4.5 18 1 TEAM 211 867 4.1 19 5 OPPONENTS 200 981 4.9 62t 5
NO. YDS AVG LONG TD Sutton 35 467 13.3 51 1 Jeudy 30 449 15.0 67t 3 Gordon 16 138 8.6 24 0 J. Williams 16 76 4.8 13 0 Dulcich 12 182 15.2 39t 1 TEAM 158 1919 12.1 67t 6 OPPONENTS 178 1514 8.5 38t 4
INTERCEPTIONS NO. YDS AVG LONG TD Sterns 2 25 12.5 23 0 TEAM 6 20 3.3 23 0 OPPONENTS 5 62 12.4 35 0
NO. YDS AVG NET TB IN LG B Waitman 45 2065 45.9 41.4 3 19 58 0 TEAM 45 2065 45.9 41.4 3 19 58 0 OPPONENTS 43 2157 50.2 43.0 7 16 74 0
PUNT RETURNS RET FC YDS AVG LONG TD Washington 18 6 167 9.3 30 0 TEAM 18 6 167 9.3 30 0 OPPONENTS 19 15 140 7.4 19 0
KICKOFF RETURNS NO. YDS AVG LONG TD Washington 8 148 18.5 26 0 Saubert 1 15 15.0 15 0 TEAM 9 163 18.1 26 0 OPPONENTS 12 267 22.3 32 0
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