Titans' Amy Adams Strunk absent from NFL owners meetings

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Tennessee Titans controlling owner Amy Adams Strunk is not at the NFL owners meetings, which began Tuesday in Houston.

The Titans said Adams did not attend the meetings because the organization remains focused on hiring a general manager and head coach. Team president and CEO Steve Underwood is representing the team at the meetings, where owners are voting on proposals from three NFL teams who want to move to Los Angeles.

"Amy is focused on our GM and head coach searches, and Steve, who has been our point person on all items related to Los Angeles, is representing us at the meetings and keeping Amy informed," said Titans vice president of communications Jimmy Stanton.

A source told ESPN.com that Strunk is the lone owner not there.

Each day since the Titans' search began last Wednesday, the team has confirmed interviews after they concluded. There has been such news at the end of every weekday since, but no new interviews were held Tuesday.

Cleveland Browns co-owner Dee Haslam represented the Browns as her husband, Jimmy Haslam, stayed in Ohio while the team tried to move along in hiring a new coach. The Green Bay Packers are publicly owned.

Strunk lives in Waller, Texas, which is just outside of Houston, and reports continue to mount that other owners are not satisfied with the structure of the Titans' ownership group.

It’s hard for her to combat that opinion without being present.