Several Titans players will showcase their custom-made cleats on the field in Week 14 in support of My Cause My Cleats.
The Story Behind the Titans' "End Racism" Video, and Why Fisk University Played Such an Important Role
In a video shared on social media by the team this week, Titans HC Mike Vrabel, GM Jon Robinson and 13 players spoke about the organization's mission to make a positive change in the community as it relates to social injustice and racism. The idea stemmed from a project Vrabel was a part of at Ohio State seven years ago, and it played out in Nashville on the Fisk University campus.
Titans Controlling Owner Amy Adams Strunk, GM Jon Robinson, HC Mike Vrabel Want to Make Difference in Fight for Social Justice
Robinson eloquently broke down the words of the Pledge of Allegiance in a Zoom conference call with reporters on Thursday while saying he wants to make a difference as it relates to subjects of social injustice, racism and police brutality, and he encouraged others to do the same.
Titans Encourage Fans to Show Their 615 Spirit on June 15
As a salute to the Nashville community and its resilience through many recent challenges, the Tennessee Titans invite fans to participate in "Celebrate 615" on Monday, June 15. The day will focus on random acts of kindness, community involvement and a premium 615 T-shirt benefitting The Titans Foundation.
Titans, USA Football Award NFL Foundation-Funded Grants to Local Youth and School-Based Football Programs
USA Football and the Tennessee Titans recently announced grants to 82 youth and scholastic football programs throughout Tennessee to be used for new equipment, uniforms and other resources aimed at fostering strong programs.
Titans CB Malcolm Butler Donates Funds to Help Those in Nashville, Hometown of Vicksburg, Impacted by Coronavirus Outbreak
In Nashville, Butler is making a donation to Meharry Medical College to purchase supplies for healthcare workers and first responders, and to provide them meals. His donation will also purchase test kits so Nashville citizens can get tested.
Titans Hit Streets of Nashville to Help Neighbors Affected by Devastating Tornado
Titans players, coaches, staff and their families hit the streets of North Nashville on Friday to help those impacted by the deadly tornado earlier this week. Earlier this week, the Titans Foundation and controlling owner Amy Adams Strunk made a donation of $1 million to The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee (CFMT).