NASHVILLE — Sunday’s game will mark the first time a Titans home game will allow fans at a capacity of 21 percent, the highest capacity for a Titans game in the 2020 season. The capacity marks the maximum allowable audience under current CDC guidelines. It is expected that capacity will stay at this amount throughout the remainder of the season.
More information on the stadium’s Safe Stadium Plan can be found at www.tennesseetitans.com/safestadium.
Titans celebrate military members in ‘Salute to Service’ Sunday
Sunday will mark the Titans’ “Salute to Service” game, a league-wide NFL initiative to honor and empower our nation’s service members, veterans and their families. Titans founder K.S. “Bud” Adams, Jr. was the NFL’s inaugural Salute to Service Award winner in 2011. Elements of the day include:
- Over 200 men and women from the Tennessee National Guard will be recognized as cardboard cutouts in Section 145 of Nissan Stadium
- A flyover featuring three CH-47F Chinook helicopters, the fastest and most powerful helicopter in the U.S. Army’s inventory, will be flown by the historic “Pachyderms” at the conclusion of the national anthem.
- At halftime, the 101st Airborne Division Band will perform a pre-recorded rendition of the songs of the different branches of military.
- Sergeant First Class Jeremy Miller will be honored as the team’s honorary 12th Titan before the game. Sergeant First Class Miller is the Non-commissioned Officer of the Year for the 101st Airborne Division and currently serves as the First Sergeant for Dog Company, 2nd Battalion, 502nd Infantry Regiment, 2nd Brigade Combat Team.
- Earlier this week, the Titans Community Impact team, cheerleaders and mascot T-Rac visited the Fort Campbell USO and served lunch to service men and women, also handing out Titans gear and tickets to Sunday’s game. B-roll of the event can be found here: https://vimeo.com/titanup/download/475583160/f8d6fa1717
Titans Community Drive aimed at coat donations for local homeless, domestic violence shelters
The Titans Virtual Community Drive leading into the Sunday, Nov. 8 home game against the Chicago Bears asks for coats and other cold-weather items to benefit local homeless and domestic violence shelters. Coats can be purchased at www.tennesseetitans.com/charitydrives and will be distributed by the Titans to our neighbors in need.