Tommy Smith, son-in-law of late Titans owner Bud Adams, is taking over as president and CEO of the franchise.
Smith announced the move in a statement released by the Titans on Tuesday.
Also, Susie Adams Smith and Amy Adams Hunt, Adams’ two daughters, will serve as Co-Chairpersons. Kenneth Adams IV, grandson of the late Titans owner, will join the Titans board as a Director.
Adams died last Monday at the age of 90.
The family released a statement on Tuesday:
“As an organization, we started the year with a plan and we will continue to work towards the goals we have laid out, including a winning season, the playoffs and ultimately building a consistent winner. Through the years, our families and I have been consistently updated on all aspects of the organization from football operations to the business side from those who run those areas and we will continue those interactions on a daily basis. We will be taking all the necessary steps, in concert with the league office, to remain...