Tennessee Titans

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The Tennessee Titans are a National Football League franchise based in Nashville, Tennessee. They are part of the American Football Conference (AFC) and play in the AFC South Division. The team was known as the Houston Oilers until moving to Tennessee in 1997, then as the Tennessee Oilers for two years. The team took its current name in 1999. The team reached the Super Bowl that year, losing to the St. Louis Rams in a heartbreaking finish. On the way to the Super Bowl, the Titans defeated the Buffalo Bills with one of the most controversial plays in NFL history, known as the Music City Miracle. [1]

Contents

Roster

Quarterbacks

Running Backs

Fullbacks

  • 45 - Ahmard Hall

Wide Receivers

  • 17 - Chris Davis
  • 12 - Justin Gage
  • 87 - Lavelle Hawkins
  • 19 - Justin McCareins
  • - Nate Washington
  • 11 - Paul Williams

Tight Ends


Offensive Tackles

  • 66 - Mike Otto
  • 71 - Michael Roos
  • 76 - David Stewart

Guards

  • 54 - Eugene Amano
  • 73 - Jake Scott

Centers

Defensive Ends

  • 98 - Dave Ball
  • 78 - Jacob Ford
  • 95 - William Hayes
  • 91 - Jason Jones
  • 90 - Jevon Kearse
  • 93 - Kyle Vanden Bosch

Defensive Tackles

  • 97 - Tony Brown
  • - Jovan Haye

Linebackers

  • 56 - Colin Allred
  • 53 - Keith Bullock
  • 52 - Ryan Fowler
  • 59 - Stanford Kelar
  • 57 - Josh Stamer
  • 50 - David Thornton
  • 55 - Stephen Tulloch

Cornerbacks

  • 29 - Chris Carr
  • 31 - Cortland Finnegan
  • 20 - Nick Harper
  • 26 - Tuff Harris
  • 38 - Tyrone Poole
  • 41 - Cary Williams
  • 21 - Reynaldo Hill

Safeties

  • 22 - Vincent Fuller
  • 33 - Michael Griffin
  • 24 - Chris Hope
  • 23 - Donnie Nickey

Kickers

Punters

  • 15 - Craig Hentrich

See also

References

  1. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wMca3YJWbAQ

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