Tennessee Titans

Tennessee Titans 2021: News, Schedule, Roster, Score, Injury Report

The Tennessee Titans were formally the Houston Oilers, and they began to play in Houston, Texas, in 1960 through founder Bud Adams. The Oilers enjoyed early success and won multiple titles before the famed AFC-NFL merger of 1970. The franchise underwent a relocation from Houston to Tennessee in 1997, and they officially changed their name to the Tennessee Titans for the 1999 season.

The Titans made 1 successful chip campaign for Super Bowl XXXIV where they fell to the St. Louis Rams 23-16. Moreover, they continued to gain compound success by making the Playoffs in all but one season from 1999 to 2003. However, the club has struggled since then, making the Playoffs only twice in the next 13 seasons.

Over the last 4 seasons, beginning in 2016, the Tennessee Titans have seemingly found their footing once again. They managed to put together 4 consecutive winning seasons and made the Playoffs twice in that time period. Not to mention, their 4 straight winning seasons are the most since they were under the mantle of the Houston Oilers from their early days.

The Titans started the 2020 season going 5-0 for the first time since 2008. Additionally, they rounded off the 2020 campaign with an 11-5 record and placed first in the AFC South. Chiefly, the Tennessee-based franchise lost the Wild Card Playoffs against the Baltimore Ravens 13-20.

Jan 10, 2021; Nashville, Tennessee, USA; Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (8) runs the ball for a touchdown against the Tennessee Titans during the second quarter in a AFC Wild Card playoff game at Nissan Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports

Logo

The logo color palette includes colors such as navy, titans blue, red, metallic silver, and white. The Tennessee Titans logo includes a white ring that symbolizes the sun with three stars inside placed against a dark blue background. Moreover, the large ‘T’ placed in the center is reflective of a sword. Additionally, there is a fiery blaze encompassing the logo that brings out the aesthetic of a comet.

Fans have debated the actual symbolism behind the Titans’ logo, and many pundits believe that the ring represents a shield for a defensive mindset. However, what’s not up for debate is the fact that the stars and colors are reflective of the Tennessee state flag.

Owner Achievements

Amy Adams Strunk is the controlling owner of the Tennessee Titans and the daughter of Bud Adams who founded the Houston Oilers. The team is currently owned under the banner of KSA Industries, which is a proprietary company for many of Bud Adams’ business. Amy Strunk owns half of the Titans franchise, while other members of the family own the remaining half.

Susie Adams Smith who is a co-owner recently announced that she was selling her share in the team and Amy will remain the controlling owner. The sale leaves the ownership breakdown at 50% for Amy Adams Strunk, the remaining split between Kenneth Adam IV, Barclay Adams, and Susan Lewis. The pending sale requires approval from the NFL.

Tennessee Titans 2021 Sponsors

Lyft, the ride-sharing application has sponsored the Titans and their aim when they came on board was to increase safety and alleviate traffic congestion for fans attending games during the season. Additionally, they have a deal with Celero Commerce, Postmates as well as BetMGM, just to name a few.

Extreme Networks also sponsors the Tennessee Titans, and they have been tasked with providing Nashville’s LP Field with high-performance WiFi technology. The relationship puts on offer a comprehensive evaluation of leading wireless LAN technology. Additionally, Extreme Networks was named the official WiFI Analytics provider for the NFL.

Tennessee Titans 2021 Roster Foundation

Quarterbacks 17. Ryan Tannehill

5. Logan Woodside

Running Backs 41. Khari Blasingame

32. Darrynton Evans

45. D’Onta Foreman

22. Derrick Henry

28. Jeremy McNichols

20. Senorise Perry

Wide Receivers 13. Cameron Batson

11. A.J Brown

84. Corey Davis

14. Kalif Raymond

15. Nick Westbrook-Ikhine

Tight Ends 86. Anthony Firkser

85. MyCole Pruitt

81. Jonnu Smith

87. Geoff Swaim

Offensive Linemen 64. Nate Davis

75. Jamil Douglas

60. Ben Jones

71. Dennis Kelly

52 Daniel Munyer

78. Marshall Newhouse

72. David Quessenberry

76. Rodger Saffold

Defensive Linemen 94. Jack Crawford

92. Matt Dickerson

90. DaQuan Jones

91. Larrell Murchison

98. Jeffery Simmons

Linebackers 56. Daren Bates

53. Will Compton

49. Nick Dzubnar

54. Rashaan Evans

58. Harold Landry

51. David Long Jr.

57 Wyatt Ray

42 Brooks Reed

50. Derick Roberson

Defensive Backs 21. Malcolm Butler

31. Kevin Byard

26 Kristian Fulton

37. Amani Hooker

25. Adoree’ Jackson

35. Chris Jackson

46. Joshua Kalu

33. Desmond King

36. Kareem Orr

23. Tye Smith

24. Kenny Vaccaro

Special Teams 3. Stephen Gostkowski

6. Brett Kern

47. Matt Overton

2021 Charity

The franchise is committed to the development of the game in the area, and their Youth Football Outreach program is a testament to the same. Every year, the program ensures that dozens of events are hosted to support the development. Additionally, ‘Titans Tuesdays’ see the players use their day off to make special appearances throughout the community at St. Thomas Hospitals and local schools.

What’s more, the Tennessee Titans also conduct an annual caravan to make more than 475 stops across Tennessee, Southern Kentucky, and Northern Alabama to visit fans. Not to mention, the state has approved the issuance of official Tennessee Titans license plates, and these specialty plates for motor vehicles have generated approximately $2 million for 10 charities.

Tennessee Titans History and Achievements

Founded 1959
Owner KSA Industries
CEO Burke Nihill
Head Coach Mike Vrabel
Stadium Nissan Stadium
Location Nashville, Tennessee
Sponsors Extreme Networks, Post Mates, Nissan, Lyft, BetMGM, Celero Commerce.
Championships League championships (2)

AFL Championships (pre-1970 AFL-NFL merger)- 2

Conference championships (1)

AFC: 1999

Division championships (9)

AFL Eastern: 1960, 1961, 1962,1967

AFL Central: 1991, 1993, 2000

AFL South: 2002, 2008

Official Website Tennessee Titans- www.tennesseetitans.com