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T-Rac

T-Rac on Game Days

About T-Rac

As the Titans mascot, T-Rac does his part to make sure Nissan Stadium is one of the loudest, most exciting stadiums in the NFL. Always the entertainer, T-Rac has been known to zip-line from the top of Nissan Stadium, repel from the highest buildings in downtown Nashville, and has been to the Pro Bowl nine times.

When T-Rac isn’t busy with fans at Nissan Stadium, he can be found at events throughout Middle Tennessee. T-Rac is the life of any party – you will often find him at community events, birthday parties and everything in between.

Height: Real Tall

Weight: Heavy

Age: Young at Heart

Birthplace: The Parthenon, Nashville

College: Tennessee Academy of Fine Arts and Hysteria

Hometown: Nashville, TN

Where Can You Find T-Rac?: Frolicking in the Beautiful Tennessee State Parks

Favorite Color: Titans Blue

Favorite Team: THE TITANS! (Duh, do you even have to ask!)

Favorite Number: #00 (T-Rac’s number)

T-Rac Appearance Requests

T-Rac Appearances

T-Rac Appearances

When T-Rac isn't causing trouble around Nissan Stadium or cheering on the Titans, he can be found all around town entertaining fans.

If you have an upcoming event that you would like T-Rac to appear at, simply fill out the online request form!

T-Rac's Play60 School Program

T-Rac's Play60 School Program

The Tennessee Titans and the NFL PLAY 60 initiative encourages youth to be active for 60 minutes each day. Anyone that knows the Titans Pro-Bowl Mascot, T-Rac, is aware that he love to play and be active!

So T-Rac has found the perfect teammates in the fight against childhood obesity: The Tennessee State Parks, State of Tennessee Department of Health, the American Heart Association and the Southeastern United Dairy Industry Association to bring the FREE program to elementary schools.

Junior T-Rac Program

Junior T-Rac Program

Give your child the experience of a lifetime: cheering before 69,000 fans at Nissan Stadium!

Our Junior Cheerleaders and Junior T-Rac programs offer children between the ages of six and thirteen (elementary and middle school children; grades 1-8) the opportunity to learn professional, age-appropriate choreography and perform it at halftime of a Tennessee Titans home game.

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