NASHVILLE, TN, April 2, 2009 – The Tennessee Titans have unveiled a new look and improved functionality on titansonline.com, the team's official web site.
The Titans became the fifth NFL team to launch on the league's new web site platform, joining Seattle, Buffalo, Cincinnati and Carolina. The San Diego Chargers will launch their new site next week and each of the remaining 26 teams will go on board periodically now through the 2011 season as part of the NFL's new web site initiative.
Complete with fresh graphics and crisp imagery, some of the new elements to the Titans website include a high resolution, three-column centerpiece, unique player pages with live statistical feeds from Elias Sports Bureau, a detailed Titans event calendar and a media lounge that will keep the site fresh and deliver an image rich product with high resolution video and photo galleries.
For the first time, fans will be able to view video in full screen mode as well as a traditional modified screen view. The new web design is built to provide visitors with streamlined navigation and unique and dynamic content that will keep fans coming back for more. Each of the top navigation sections, including News, Media Center, Schedule, Tickets, LP Field, Community, Fan Zone and Cheerleaders have their own landing page with unique imagery and content related to that page.
As part of the new NFL platform, titansonline.com will have access to a variety of new video content provided exclusively from the National Football League. In addition, the Titans will provide more exclusive video content from Baptist Sports Park, including all press conferences, Coach Fisher's daily practice updates, locker room reports and Titans community features.
"The Titans are excited to be among the first group of NFL teams joining this new dynamic platform," said Don MacLachlan, executive vice president of administration and facilities for the Titans. "Our new web site will give fans an outstanding resource for all information surrounding the Titans. We are confident that they will enjoy all of the new features using the latest interactive technologies."
The website project with the Titans has been a work in progress since last fall and will continue to develop with unique features rolled out over time.
"The design and functionality of titansonline.com showcases many of the new and enhanced features we have been developing to further engage the fans," said George Scott, general manager of club sites with the NFL's digital media group. "We are excited to have the Titans on board."