Titans Extend GM Jon Robinson’s Contract

The Titans signed Mike Vrabel to a five-year deal this offseason to be their new head coach. Their GM, Jon Robinson, now has a deal to match. Titans owner Amy Adams Strunk tells Paul Kuharsky that she extended Robinson’s contract to take him through the 2022 campaign. 

I’ve put them on schedule,” she joked.

The Titans hired Robinson in 2016 and the Titans have been on the right track since then. They have gone 18-14 under Robinson’s watch and they qualified for the playoffs in 2018, giving them their first postseason berth since 2008.

The Titans didn’t have the flashiest offseason in the NFL, but Robinson did make some moves of note. The Titans signed cornerback Malcolm Butler to a massive five-year, $61.25MM deal and also added fellow former Patriot Dion Lewis.

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    • crosseyedlemon

      The successful teams have stability at the top and the Titans have addressed that issue now. Amy Adams is an owner that is very easy to like and she is gaining more respect from league insiders every year.

        • crosseyedlemon

          I think Amy should stay in charge. I think the fact that J.J Watt spoke very highly of her and considers her a friend speaks volumes. You rarely see a rival from another team do something like that.

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