ESPN Draft Analyst Mel Kiper believes the Titans should select Leonard Williams with the second overall pick, saying the USC defensive lineman is the best player in the 2015 draft class.
The Titans have signed CB Brandon Harris to a one-year contract, bringing back the player who spent his first three NFL seasons with the Houston Texans.
"Voice of the Titans" Mike Keith will be the featured speaker at Lexington High School on April 17 to benefit CASA of Henderson County.
As March Madness continues, TitansOnline.com beat writer Joe Fann looks at which Titans players have schools still represented in the Big Dance.
The man selected by Tennessee's owners to oversee the Titans and help search for a new president and chief executive officer says they have made it clear the NFL franchise is not for sale.
The Titans and USA Football teamed up to host a free Heads Up Football clinic for 60 coaches across the region at Saint Thomas Sports Park.
The team has installed Steve Underwood to serve as the team’s interim President, until the team identifies a permanent replacement who will be based in Nashville.
Tennessee Titans President and CEO Tommy Smith Friday announced he is retiring from that role, after deciding that serving in that demanding position while serving as president and chairman of publicly traded Adams Resources and Energy, Inc., was not in the best interest of either organization.
The Tennessee Titans supported the senior community Thursday afternoon at St. Clair Senior Center as part of the “March for Meals” campaign, an initiative created by Meals on Wheels to raise awareness for hungry seniors.
As fans nationwide celebrate the 80th NFL Draft, April 30-May 2, the NFL will bring unprecedented free fan experiences to the host city of Chicago.
Former Titans LB Tim Shaw addressed the Senate and House of Representatives at the Tennessee State Capitol, making his pitch for a resolution submitted to the Tennessee General Assembly that will declare the month of May as ALS Awareness Month in Tennessee.
The Titans have agreed to terms on a multi-year contract with offensive tackle Byron Stingily, a sixth-round selection by the club in 2011.
Titans running back Dexter McCluster and offensive tackle Taylor Lewan sign autographs for fans at the new XFINITY store in Murfreesboro, Tenn.
After a difficult start to his NFL Career, cornerback Perrish Cox looks to build off the best season of his career in 2014 going forward with the Titans.
The Titans agreed to terms with former 49ers CB Perrish Cox, who registered a career-high five interceptions in 14 starts last season.
Linebacker Derrick Morgan had opportunities to sign with other teams, but chose to return to Tennessee so he could finish what he started.