Titans Video | Tennessee Titans - TitansOnline.com
Titans in the Community
Jurrell Casey Hosts Christmas Shopping Spree for Children
Dec 18, 2019
Titans defensive tackle Jurrell Casey and his wife, Ryann, joined forces with Free Hearts and Pinnacle Bank to host a shopping spree at Nashville Toys and Books for children who may not otherwise receive gifts this holiday season.
Titans LB Rashaan Evans Gives Titans-Bills Tickets to Nashville Firefighters Who Have Survived Cancer
Oct 03, 2019
As part of the NFL's 'Crucial Catch' weekend, Titans linebacker Rashaan Evans awards Titans-Bills tickets and gift cards to Academy Sports + Outdoors to three Nashville firefighters whose lives have been impacted by cancer.
Logan & Ashley Ryan's Pup Rally was Paw-some
Aug 05, 2019
Tennessee Titans cornerback Logan Ryan and his wife Ashley hosted the second annual Pup Rally, which saw 20 dogs adopted on Saturday before the Titans Kickoff Party at Nissan Stadium. An additional 20 dogs were adopted from the Nashville Humane Association on Sunday. The Ryan Animal Rescue Foundation covered all of the adoption costs.
Titans Owner Amy Adams Strunk Distributes $450,000 in Grant Funding
Jul 30, 2019
Several of the team's leaders, including GM Jon Robinson, head coach Mike Vrabel and three players – TE Delanie Walker, LB Wesley Woodyard, and DL Jurrell Casey – were on hand for a community engagement panel to discuss causes that are dear to them.
Titans Host 700 Soldiers from 101st Airborne to Begin "Iron Warrior" Competition
May 07, 2019
The Titans hosted over 700 soldiers from the 101st Airborne Division to begin the Iron Warrior Competition, commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Battle of Hamburger Hill. These soldiers from Fort Campbell ran up and down 3,187 stairs at Nissan Stadium in the first of three phases in their quest to be crowned an "Iron Warrior."
Titans, NFL Huddle Up Against Hunger
Apr 30, 2019
In partnership with Second Harvest Food Bank and The Bridge Ministry, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, Titans owner Amy Adams Strunk and Nashville Mayor David Briley joined NFL Draft prospects, local students and 500 volunteers to assemble 8,000 food kits for children in need.
Titans Owner Named 2019 Tennessean of the Year by TN Sports HOF
Feb 23, 2019
Mark Ezell, Commissioner, Tennessee Dept. of Tourist Development, announced at Friday's NFL Draft Patron's luncheon that Titans Owner Amy Adams Strunk was selected as the 2019 Tennessean of the Year by the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame.
Titans Alumni Spread Christmas Cheer at Saint Thomas Midtown Hospital
Dec 19, 2018
With the holiday season in full swing, Titans alumni Casey Cramer, Reynaldo Hill, Chris Hope, Brad Hopkins, Neil O'Donnell and Chris Sanders put on red Santa hats, sang Christmas carols and delivered gifts to spread Christmas cheer by visiting new parents and orthopedic patients at Saint Thomas Midtown hospital.
Titans Host a Community Christmas Party for Families in Need
Dec 17, 2018
Every year the Tennessee Titans partner with Academy Sports+Outdoors to provide a special Christmas experience for some local families in need. This year children from Youth Encouragement Services came out to Saint Thomas Sports Park to hang out with the rookies.
My Cause My Cleats: The Story Behind Derrick Henry's Cleats for Thursday Night
Dec 06, 2018
Every December, NFL players have the option to bring awareness to a cause that's close to their heart by wearing it on their feet. My Cause, My Cleats allows players to highlight causes by customizing a pair of cleats. Derrick Henry looked outside the locker room for a little inspiration for his cleats.
My Cause My Cleats: C Ben Jones
Dec 03, 2018
Titans C Ben Jones unveils his cleats for the NFL's "My Cause, My Cleats" campaign, bringing awareness to his foundation, The Jones Mission, which provides at-risk youth with opportunities they might otherwise not have through grants, additional resources, and educational opportunities.
Titans Support State Launch of InSideOut Initiative
Aug 27, 2018
More than 50 educational leaders visited Nissan Stadium on Monday for the official state launch of the InSideOut Initiative, a model that works to shift the focus of high school athletics away from the current "win-at-all-costs" culture and re-define the role of interscholastic sports in the lives of students and communities.