Titans' Amy Adams Strunk eager to clear up ownership issues

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Tennessee Titans controlling owner Amy Adams Strunk said she expects concerns the league might have about the team’s ownership structure to be resolved relatively soon.

“I think they obviously think there is a little something to it,” she told ESPN.com. “Every month we’re getting closer to what they want. It’s going to get resolved. We’re not worried about that at all.”

The resolution will result in her maintaining control of the team, she said, “which I already think I am.”

Strunk took over as controlling owner in March 2015 and has only spoken in a team-produced video and at a two gatherings of season-ticket holders.

On Saturday, she greeted fans on the Nissan Stadium field at 104.5 The Zone’s annual SportsFest. She said she came to Nashville from her home in Waller, Texas, just to be at the event in advance of her trip to Boca Raton, Florida, for the NFL owners meetings.

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said at the Super Bowl that other owners want to know the identity of their partner. New York Giants owner John Mara said he didn’t see a major issue with Titans ownership and said he simply didn’t know Strunk.

She said she understands that and is ready to start getting to know her business partners.

“Like I’ve said before, I’m the new guy and it’s kind of just time for me to get out there a little bit and let people know me.

She said the proposed NFL rules changes are especially of interest to her, and that the team’s votes will be largely based on the opinions of general manager Jon Robinson and coach Mike Mularkey.

“I’m just looking forward to the whole experience,” she said.