Titans Ownership May Face More Discipline

Long the target of NFL scrutiny due to an insufficient succession plan after Bud Adams’ death, the Titans have incurred punishment from the league this offseason and could be set for more NFL discipline.

The NFL already hit owner Amy Adams Strunk with a six-figure fine this year, Jason La Canfora of CBSSports.com reports, and the franchise remains non-compliant regarding its ownership.

Adams Strunk maintains she will not sell the team, although that is not the universal feeling among Bud Adams’ heirs, but the Titans have not offered a satisfactory plan to satisfy the league. No additional fines are on the table as of now, per La Canfora, but the league continues to monitor this situation and would impose more financial penalties in the future if necessary since this doesn’t appear to be letting up anytime soon.

The Titans could well end up back on the market, per La Canfora, with Jon Bon Jovi residing as a “keenly interested” suitor after a failed bid to buy the Bills. Additionally, Peyton Manning may view the Titans as the one team he would consider owning a portion of and concurrently serve in a presidential-type role, La Canfora reports.

After playing at Tennessee, Manning has long been connected with the Titans — as both a player and a potential executive. The recently retired quarterback revealed the team was his second choice when he decided to sign with the Broncos in 2012.

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3 comments on “Titans Ownership May Face More Discipline

  1. TDKnies

    I still don’t understand the exact problem the NFL has with them?

  2. I believe ownership is unsure of its plans and that has the league, a collective, concerned about a potential legal nightmare. The NFL also likely wants to know the successor is qualified and accepted to become an owner.

  3. VermontsFinest

    But that alone should not cost the team money. I think it’s just another power hungry move by RG to let people know he’s the boss. He also loves to build up the NFL’s bank account by fining teams and players.

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