NASHVILLE – As part of the agreement reached Friday between the NFL and the NFLPA, all preseason games in 2020 have officially been canceled.
The Titans had been scheduled to play the Redskins, Giants, Buccaneers and Bears in this year's preseason.
Season ticket holders will either receive a refund for the two canceled home games or can use those credits toward tickets for 2021.
Refunds or deferrals for the season can be requested here, now through August 7th:
The Titans are scheduled to open the regular season on September 14 at Denver.
The team's home opener at Nissan Stadium is scheduled for September 20 vs. Jacksonville.
The Titans will work with state and local government officials to determine the number of fans permitted to attend games at Nissan Stadium this fall. The presence of, and the exact number of fans, has not yet been determined.
The Titans sent this letter to season ticket member last week:
We wanted to take this opportunity to express our appreciation for your loyalty and patience as we work towards providing you with a safe, premium experience at Nissan Stadium this year.
Based on CDC guidelines and feedback from other governing authorities, we now know it is unlikely Nissan Stadium will be open to full capacity this fall. While we continue to work with NFL, state and local officials on a solution for fan attendance at Titans games this season, we wanted to offer updated information to our Season Ticket Members regarding their options. We remain committed to our goal of providing as many Season Ticket Members access to as many games as possible this season.
Season Ticket Members can choose from the following options regarding their 2020 game tickets:
-For those wishing to attend games in 2020: No action is required at this time. If we are allowed to host fans this season, seating charts will be reorganized to comply with social distancing guidelines and other health requirements, and new seating options will be emailed to you in the coming weeks, upon approval from government authorities.
- Once Season Ticket Members have the opportunity to view their seating options for 2020, an additional opportunity to defer will be available if desired.
For those wishing to defer their 2020 tickets and retain their PSLs in 2021: Please click the button at the bottom of this email and select either refund or rollover for any money paid. The deadline to defer is Friday, August 7, 2020.
Regardless of your season ticket status for 2020, you will receive:
-Complimentary NFL Game Pass and Red Zone access
-End of season gift pack
-Other special offers and promotions throughout the year
We are fully committed to providing our Season Ticket Members a first-class experience during this unconventional time. If you have any questions regarding your PSL account, please reach out to me directly. We appreciate your continued support of the Tennessee Titans and look forward to hosting you at Nissan Stadium very soon.
Quarterbacks, rookies and players coming off injuries reported to Saint Thomas Sports Park last Thursday, and the rest of the team's veterans are scheduled to report on Tuesday.
At the onset of this year's training camp, players will be reporting for the purpose of getting tested for COVID-19, and they won't be allowed in the building until they pass the testing protocols provided by the National Football League. It's a process that could take a number of days.
The first on-field practice dates have not officially been set and will be determined at a later date. It's expected players will need to go through a period of conditioning sessions before on-field drills begin.
Titans rookies and select veterans continue COVID-19 protocol and report for camp physicals in preparation for training camp. (Photos: Donald Page)
Titans rookies and select veteran players begin reporting to Saint Thomas Sports Park for COVID-19 testing in preparation for training camp. (Photos: Donald Page)