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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 Wednesday at Saint Thomas Sports Park.

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

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Davis on track

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.

Injuries

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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NASHVILLE — The Tennessee Titans (0-0) open the 2017 regular season at home this week against the Oakland Raiders (0-0). Kickoff at Nissan Stadium (capacity 69,143) is scheduled for noon CDT on Sunday, Sept. 10.
This is the 50th all-time meeting between the former American Football League rivals, including regular season and playoff games. In 2016, the Raiders beat the Titans at Nissan Stadium by a final score of 17-10 (Sept. 25). Nine of the previous 49 battles have taken place in Week 1, with the Titans owning a 6-3 advantage. Most recently, the Titans hosted the Raiders on Kickoff Weekend in 2010 and prevailed 38-13.

The Titans are 30-27 all-time in Week 1, including a 5-4 Kickoff Weekend record at Nissan Stadium. They won three consecutive openers on the road from 2013–2015 (at Pittsburgh, at Kansas City and at Tampa Bay) before falling at home to the Minnesota Vikings in Week 1 last season.
THE BROADCAST

The game will be televised regionally on CBS, including Nashville affiliate WTVF NewsChannel 5. Play-by-play announcer Jim Nantz and analyst Tony Romo will call the action, and Tracy Wolfson will report from the sidelines.

The Titans Radio Network, including Nashville flagship 104.5 The Zone, will carry the game across the Mid-South with the “Voice of the Titans” Mike Keith, analyst Dave McGinnis, gameday host Rhett Bryan and sideline reporter Jonathan Hutton.

LP PENCIL BOX SCHOOL SUPPLY DRIVE

Fans attending the game are encouraged to participate in the LP PENCIL Box School Supply Drive. LP PENCIL Box, a collaborative non-profit venture between PENCIL Foundation and LP Building Products, offers Nashville Metro teachers the opportunity to acquire school supplies for the city’s most in-need children. Collection locations will be positioned outside of Nissan Stadium to collect donated items such as pencil boxes, paper towels, backpacks, construction paper, notebook paper, art supplies, primary tablets, kleenex and classroom cleaning supplies.
TITANS ENTER YEAR 2 UNDER MULARKEY

Mike Mularkey enters his second full season as head coach after leading the Titans to a 9-7 record in 2016, tripling the win total from 2015. The six-win improvement tied for the most in franchise history (1967 and 1974).

Last year’s squad defeated six teams with winning records—Detroit, Miami, Green Bay, Denver, Kansas City and Houston—to tie the Dallas Cowboys for the most such victories in the NFL. Five of those wins were against playoff teams (all but Denver), which tied the Packers’ total for the most in the league. This year’s team will be tested similarly in the early stages, as four of the Titans’ first five regular season opponents—Oakland, Seattle, Houston and Miami—made the playoffs in 2016.
Quarterback Marcus Mariotahas fully recovered from a right fibula injury that prematurely ended his second NFL campaign. His 2016 passing statistics—3,426 yards and 26 touchdowns with nine interceptions—were among the franchise’s all-time best for a single season, and his touchdown total finished fourth in team history. Steve McNair (100.4 passer rating in 2003) and Warren Moon (96.8 passer rating in 1990) are the only two quarterbacks in franchise history to complete a season with a better passer rating than Mariota’s 95.6 in 2016.
Mariota has several new teammates scheduled to make their debut in Two-Tone Blue this week. General manager Jon Robinson’s free agent acquisitions during his second offseason with the team included cornerback Logan Ryan (from New England), safety Johnathan Cyprien(Jacksonville), nose tackle Sylvester Williams (Denver) and wide receiver Eric Decker (New York Jets). In the 2017 NFL Draft, Robinson used first-round picks on wide receiver Corey Davis (fifth overall) and cornerback Adoree’ Jackson (18th overall) and added wide receiver Taywan Taylor and tight end Jonnu Smith in the third round.

THE RAIDERS

The Raiders are led by Jack Del Rio, who begins his third campaign with the Raiders and his 12th as a head coach in the NFL. In 2016, Del Rio guided his team to a 12-4 record and a Wild Card playoff berth, just missing out on the AFC West crown to the Kansas City Chiefs as a result of a tiebreaker. The 2016 squad included a league-best seven players who were named to the Pro Bowl.

Although quarterback Derek Carr was named to the Pro Bowl, he was unable to participate due to a broken fibula suffered in Week 16—the same day Mariota sustained a similar injury. Carr, now healthy, is the first quarterback in Raiders history to throw for 3,000 yards in each of his first three seasons and has orchestrated 12 career fourth-quarter comebacks/game-winning drives.