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  • Sun., Nov. 29, 2015 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM CST Live Postgame Press Conference WATCH LIVE as Tennessee Titans head coach Mike Mularkey (and select players) meet with reporters following the Titans-Raiders game....live from Nissan Stadium in Nashville.

    Time: Post-game
  • Mon., Nov. 30, 2015 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM CST Live Titans Mr Football Awards WATCH LIVE: The Tennessee Titans Mr. Football Awards will be presented to the top 16 backs and linemen in eight classifications of the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association on Monday, November 30, 2015, at Nissan Stadium in Nashville. For the fourteenth consecutive year, the top kicker in the state will be recognized with a Mr. Football Award, regardless of classification.

    Time: 12 noon CT
  • Thu., Dec. 17, 2015 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM CST Live Titans Tonight WATCH LIVE as 'Voice of the Titans' Mike Keith co-hosts 'Titans Tonight' each week with a BIG partner, Tennessee Titans offensive tackle and 2014 first-round pick, Taylor Lewan.

    Lewan will offer comments, will take questions and will bring along a different Titans’ player to join him each week.

    Titansonline's Amie Wells will also be on-hand to take questions from the audience at Logan’s Roadhouse in Cool Springs and via social media, using the hashtag #TitansTonight


Pro Football Hall of Fame

George Blanda, who came out of retirement with the emergence of the American Football League in 1960, was the offensive catalyst for the explosive Oiler squads of the early 1960s. He played quarterback and handled the placekicking chores in Columbia blue for seven of his NFL-record 26 seasons in the league. Blanda was the team’s leading passer and scorer in each of those seven seasons and still owns franchise records for most extra points (299), most touchdown passes in a season (36) and most touchdown passes in a game (7). He is also second in points scored with 596. The 36 scoring tosses stood as an NFL record for an astounding 23 years. Blanda’s NFL career records included most games (340), most points (2,002) and most extra points (943). He also passed for 236 touchdowns. But, perhaps most importantly to Oilers fans, Blanda captained the Oilers to two consecutive AFL titles in 1960 and 1961, earning AFL Player of the Year honors in 1961. Blanda’s career was divided into three distinct parts, 10 years with the Chicago Bears, seven seasons with the Houston Oilers and nine years with the Oakland Raiders. In 1970, he became the oldest quarterback to play in a title game. He was just a month shy of his 49th birthday when he retired before the 1976 season.

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