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Robbie Bohren
Senior Director of Media Relations

Biography

Robbie Bohren is in his 20th season with the Titans and 17th as the director of the department in 2016.

Bohren, who was promoted to Senior Director of Media Relations in 2015, is responsible for coordinating all football-related media coverage for the team. He is the liaison between the local and national media, and the Titans' players, front office and coaches.

Bohren originally joined the Titans in 1997 as the team's Assistant Director of Media Relations. In 2000, he was part of the media relations staff that was awarded the Pete Rozelle Award from the Pro Football Writers of America, presented annually to the NFL's top PR staff.

He heads a department that has been a finalist for the award four times in his tenure as director. In 2007, Titans owner K.S. “Bud” Adams, Jr. selected Bohren to represent the team in the NFL Executive Training Program at the Stanford University Business School, where he joined other club executives to take part in a wide range of educational programs.

Before joining the Titans, Bohren worked for five years with the Nashville Sounds Baseball Club, the last three as Director of Public Relations. He also gained three years of experience in Vanderbilt University's Sports Information Department, while earning a degree in economics from the university.

Raised in Dallas, Bohren broke into sports with an internship with the Texas Rangers in 1989. He and his wife, Merrill, live in Nashville with daughter Catherine (16).

Robbie Bohren is in his 20th season with the Titans and 17th as the director of the department in 2016.

Bohren, who was promoted to Senior Director of Media Relations in 2015, is responsible for coordinating all football-related media coverage for the team. He is the liaison between the local and national media, and the Titans' players, front office and coaches.

Bohren originally joined the Titans in 1997 as the team's Assistant Director of Media Relations. In 2000, he was part of the media relations staff that was awarded the Pete Rozelle Award from the Pro Football Writers of America, presented annually to the NFL's top PR staff.

He heads a department that has been a finalist for the award four times in his tenure as director. In 2007, Titans owner K.S. “Bud” Adams, Jr. selected Bohren to represent the team in the NFL Executive Training Program at the Stanford University Business School, where he joined other club executives to take part in a wide range of educational programs.

Before joining the Titans, Bohren worked for five years with the Nashville Sounds Baseball Club, the last three as Director of Public Relations. He also gained three years of experience in Vanderbilt University's Sports Information Department, while earning a degree in economics from the university.

Raised in Dallas, Bohren broke into sports with an internship with the Texas Rangers in 1989. He and his wife, Merrill, live in Nashville with daughter Catherine (16).

 

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