NASHVILLE, TENN. – Entering their 10th season as the Tennessee Titans, the team will use the upcoming 2008 campaign to celebrate a decade of the "Titans." The team unveiled a 10-year logo today that will be used throughout the season and integrated into a range of platforms on and off the field.
"I still remember back to the time when we decided to start from scratch – new name, new uniforms, new stadium, new facility – what a great stretch it has been," said Titans owner K.S. "Bud" Adams, Jr. "We are excited that we will be able to do a number of things this year to celebrate our 10th season as the Titans. We have had a great deal of success on the field and connecting with our fans and it should be fun to look back at some of those moments and players that define our franchise. I would love to finish the decade as we started it, in the Super Bowl."
The team plans to celebrate the 10th year in variety of ways. The first of these will be on the upcoming Titans Caravan, the yearly goodwill tour through the region. This year's caravan will be pairing a number of former Titans players with current players as a way for our fans to honor past stars and meet future stars. The 10-year logo will appear as a patch on the Titans uniform on both home and away jerseys this season. The logo also will be used for merchandise and throughout the team's publications.
The team also wants to involve the fans and will be looking for their input on their favorite players, games and moments from the last 10 years through an online poll at the Titans' website. Results from these polls will be featured on game days and on the team's television show Titans All Access. Other ways of celebrating the past decade are being discussed and will be announced at a later date.