NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Titans controlling owner Amy Adams Strunk has been added to the NFL's Hall of Fame Committee.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell sent a memo to clubs earlier today to outline the 2016 league committees.
The NFL's Hall of Fame Committee is led by representatives of NFL ownership groups, and it includes Cowboys owner Jerry Jones (Chairman), Browns owner Jimmy Haslam, Bears chairman George H. McCaskey, Steelers chairman Dan Rooney, Redskins owner Dan Snyder, and 49ers owner Denise DeBartolo-York.
K.S. "Bud" Adams, founder of the franchise, was a long-time member of the Hall of Fame Committee.
"I am honored to serve the NFL in this capacity,'' Strunk said. "The Hall of Fame committee was a labor of love for my father for nearly five decades, which makes this appointment even more special to me and our family. It is important to remember the history of the game and celebrate those who made their mark. I am eager to join this group and see where I can provide input."
Strunk assumed the role of controlling owner of the team in March 2015 and also serves as the co-chairman of the franchise's Board of Directors.
Since, she has made a number of changes to stabilize and improve the franchise.
Hall of Fame Committee members serve as the liaison between the owners of the NFL and the Hall of Fame.
Members of the committee attend board meetings of the Hall of Fame and are available to the leadership to address strategic matters impacting the functioning of the Hall of Fame.
The committee plays no role in the selection of members of the Hall of Fame.
Titans controlling owner Amy Adams Strunk interacts with fans at the 2016 SportsFest Saturday at Nissan Stadium. (Photos: Gary Glenn)