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2020 Schedule
2nd in AFC South
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Titans letting season-ticket holders opt out

Count the Tennessee Titans among the NFL teams offering season-ticket holders the option of opting out of this season and putting that money toward 2021 or getting a refund.


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Mina and Field Yates discuss Cam Newton landing with the Patriots before previewing the teams in the AFC South: Titans (17:38), Colts (31:44), Texans (44:30), and Jaguars (54:50)

The team that makes a ton of sense for Kaepernick (1:12)
Henry prepping for season with fierce workout (0:27)
Vrabel promoting positive change in NFL (0:54)
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Tannehill: 'People are waking up' to injustice

Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill said Wednesday that George Floyd's death was the point "where enough was enough" in regard to racial injustice.

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Broncos' Casey: Titans discarded me like 'trash'

Former Titans DT Jurrell Casey said Monday on the McCourty twins' podcast that Tennessee only told him seconds before the trade that he was headed to the Broncos and he feels like the Titans threw him away "like a piece of trash."

Why Doug Kezirian takes the over for Henry's rushing yard total (0:32)
Which AFC South team is most built for long-term success? (3:49)
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Titans' Byard attains 'pipe dream' in mom's home

Tennessee Titans safety Kevin Byard recently purchased a new home for his mother, Artina Stanley. Byard shared a picture of the home via social media on Thursday.

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NFL tables onside kick proposal once again

NFL owners tabled a proposal that would have given teams an alternative to the onside kick, the second straight year they have decided against addressing what has become a thorny issue.

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The Titans agreed to terms on multi-year contracts with 2020 fifth-round selection DL Larrell Murchison and seventh-round pick DB Chris Jackson.

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The Titans have started to allow employees into the team's facility today. No coaches or players are allowed (other than the few who have been going there for rehab). The NFL has rules in place dictating that only up to 75 employees can return at this point.

Team Stats

Passing Yards223.921st
Rushing Yards138.93rd
Points For25.110th
Points Against20.721st

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