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How do you reveal the Tennessee Titans’ first new uniforms in almost two decades?

With a public street party headlined by multi-platinum selling country duo Florida Georgia Line.

The Titans announced plans for the April 4 unveiling during a Saturday evening event attended by approximately 8,000 season ticket holders at Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center. The team also unveiled a logo to commemorate the 20th season since the franchise re-branded from the Oilers to the Titans, which players are planning to wear as a small decal on the back of their helmets throughout next season.

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The Titans are planning to wear this logo as a small helmet decal in 2018 to commemorate their 20th season since re-branding from the Oilers to the Titans. (Photo: Courtesy Tennessee Titans)
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“We wanted to create a unique event for the new uniform unveiling in April,” Titans controlling owner Amy Adams Strunk told The Tennessean before the event.

“Being in Nashville, it only made sense to include a concert, and we are thrilled Florida Georgia Line has agreed to join us,” she said. “This will be a fun show for our fans — they will get to see the new uniforms and enjoy a terrific concert.”

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The free event is set for 7 p.m. April 4 at Broadway and First Avenue — just blocks from Florida Georgia Line’s restaurant FGL House. The duo, which consists of members Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard, said they were initially approached to perform a few songs acoustically. But given the circumstances, the men decided to pull their touring rigs out of storage and give Nashville fans the complete Florida Georgia Line concert experience.

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“We’re bringing all the bells and whistles,” Hubbard said.

“We were like, ‘If we’re going to play Nashville, we need to do it right. Let’s rock this thing,’” Kelley said, adding they also planned to bring their pyrotechnics. “We’re just jacked. Nashville is a bull’s-eye for everyone to come to right now. Anytime we can represent the city and the Titans, we’re stepping our game up. We’re just thankful.”
The uniform redesign is in honor of the Titans’ 20th season in Nashville and is the first revamp of the jerseys since the team changed its name from the Oilers to the Titans in 1999.

The Titans announced plans for new uniforms in the fall.

The season-ticket member event Saturday night featured Eddie George, Strunk and voice of the Titans Mike Keith, who interviewed left tackle Taylor Lewan, safety Kevin Byard, general manager Jon Robinson, defensive coordinator Dean Pees and head coach Mike Vrabel on stage.

Byard, the former MTSU star who was named first-team All-Pro after leading the NFL in interceptions last season, said he wouldn’t set a personal goal for turnovers in 2018. Instead, he said, the goal is to win the Super Bowl.

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Titans just wrapped up practice on Monday at Saint Thomas Sports Park.

On Sunday, the team will face the Colts in Indianapolis.

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Titans guard Quinton Spain returned to action on Thursday night in Pittsburgh, and he wasn’t happy with his performance.

Spain, who missed the previous two games with a turf toe injury, gave credit to Steelers defensive lineman Cameron Heyward.

“I don’t make no excuses — he just got the best of me,” Spain said. “I just have to get better.
“The toe, I just have to play better and play through it. The first quarter (I played bad), but I felt like I got back into the groove.”

Spain knows the problem. He said his hand placement was bad, and Heyward took advantage of it on his sack of quarterback Marcus Mariota.

“This week I am working on my hand placement,” Spain said. “That was the first time somebody physically bulled me – he’s strong. Now I know that my size doesn’t mean everything – it’s about the technique. So I will focus on my technique.

“I feel like if we meet them again, I can do better than what I did on Thursday night.”

Facing the Colts

The Titans beat the Colts 36-22 back on October 16.

Now, the Titans will travel to Lucas Oil Stadium.

The Colts (3-7) have lost three of four games since leaving Nissan Stadium. They beat the Texans (20-14) and lost to the Jaguars (27-0), Bengals (24-23) and Steelers (20-17).

What’s different about the Colts a month later?

“There’s a couple changes personnel wise, not a whole lot different,” Titans coach Mike Mularkey. “Not a whole lot different than the past. They’re still playing at a high level, they’ve lost a couple of close games since we played them. Just a couple of personnel changes.”


The Titans aren’t required to put on an Injury Report for Monday’s practice.

On Monday, receiver Harry Douglas returned to practice. Douglas remains on Injured Reserve, but the team has the option of adding him to the 53-man within the next three weeks. When asked, Mularkey said the Titans aren’t currently considering letting linebacker Aaron Wallace, who’s also on IR, practice any time soon.

“Not yet,” Mularkey said. “In discussion.”

As for the health of the rest of the team, Mularkey said: “Pretty good, I think we are pretty good, pretty healthy. For this time of the year, I think we’re doing pretty well.”

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Titans just wrapped up practice on Wednesday at Saint Thomas Sports Park.

On Sunday, the team will face the Ravens at Nissan Stadium.

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Titans receiver Corey Daviswas a full participant in Wednesday’s practice, and is on track to start on Sunday against the Ravens, barring any setbacks.

Davis, who has missed the last five games with a hamstring injury, started in Week 2 against the Jaguars but he hasn’t played since.

He returned to practice on Monday.

“He did some really good things today, especially in our last period, where we have a competitive third down period,” Titans coach Mike Mularkey said of Davis. “He did some good things. I am pleased with him.”

Davis caught six passes for 69 yards in the season opener against the Raiders.

He’ll bring an extra dimension to the offense, Mularkey said.

“He is big bodied,” Mularkey said, “and he’s already shown he can make the contested (catches). … He has strong hands, and what he can do down the field. … This will be a good test for him. We’ll get a lot of one-on-one this week, they have their hands all over you. He’s going to have to beat some one-on-one coverage.

“It will be good to see how he executes against these guys.”

Walker update

Titans tight end Delanie Walker did not practice on Wednesday.

Walker continues to recover from an ankle injury he suffered against the Browns.

“It is feeling better,” Walker said. “So that’s a good thing. I am just taking it one day at a time at the moment.”

Walker said he’s been icing the ankle, and trying to stay off it.

“So it was nice to have the bye week this week,” Walker said.


In addition to Walker, guard Quinton Spain also missed practice on Wednesday because of a toe injury.

Safety Johnathan Cyprien (hamstring) was a full participant for the Titans.

The Ravens listed 15 players on their initial Injury Report, including quarterback Joe Flacco.

But Flacco was listed as a full participant, and on a conference call he indicated he’s feeling better after suffering a concussion vs. Miami on Thursday night.

“I feel great,” Flacco said. “It’s just part of football. I’m ready to go and I feel good.”



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Titans veteran receiver Harry Douglas has played in 116 games over the past nine NFL seasons. He’s played alongside some great receivers. Douglas said he’s been impressed with Titans rookies Corey Davis and Taywan Taylor.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Titans receiver Harry Douglas has seen plenty in his NFL career.

Douglas, heading into his 10th season, has played alongside some of the game’s greats at the receiver position, from Julio Jones in Atlanta to a future Hall of Famer in Andre Johnson, his teammate last season in Tennessee.
At this point, it’s impossible for him to say what the Titans have in draft picks Corey Davisand Taywan Taylor. While the two rookies have completed their first round of OTAs and a minicamp, they haven’t yet put on the pads for training camp.

Douglas, however, has an early hunch.

“Those two are special, man,” Douglas said. “I love their work ethic. I love how they play the game of football, and they are going to do big things for this football team.

“I can tell already they are going to be special. They listen, they go hard, and they both make plays. So it is good when you have young guys who can come in and do those things.”

Douglas, who entered the league in 2008 and has played in 116 games since, said he wants to help the young receivers any way possible. He gave them his phone number back in May.

Coach Mike Mularkey recently praised Douglas for his leadership skills.

“He’s been great,’’ Taylor said of Douglas.

“A big help,’’ added Davis.
“I just told them, whenever they need help, don’t hesitate to ask me,’’ Douglas said. “That’s why I am here. They can ask me about anything, hit me up with anything and talk to me.”

Davis, the fifth overall pick of the NFL Draft out of Western Michigan, wrapped up this month’s minicamp with momentum. He looked 100 percent in his return from an ankle injury, and made some impressive plays.

Taylor, a third-round pick from Western Kentucky, was consistent throughout the offseason.

Next up is training camp.

Douglas expects them to keep the momentum going.

“The way those guys work, their attention to detail, the effort they put out, their play-making ability,’’ Douglas said, “I have no doubt, they are going to be good. We drafted two great ones.”