Tennessee Titans legend Warren Moon shared some exciting plans the team has for the upcoming 2023 season.
During an interview on “Up & Adams” with Kay Adams, Moon confirmed that the Titans will be bringing back the Houston Oilers’ throwback jerseys. The Hall of Fame quarterback added that the uniforms may return in a game against the Houston Texans.
The franchise was born in Houston in 1960, and they used the “Oilers” name during the organization’s 37 years there. The team relocated to Tennessee in 1997, and they retained the “Oilers” name for two seasons before switching to “Titans” in 1999.
After a decorated career in the Canadian Football League, Moon joined the Oilers in 1984. He spent 10 years with the organization, leading them to the postseason on six organizations. Moon is the franchise’s all-time leader in passing yards (33,685), completions (2,632) and passing touchdowns (196).
The Titans are coming off their first losing season (7-10) since 2015. They started out 7-3 last season but dropped each of their final seven games, including a win-or-go-home Week 18 game against the Jacksonville Jaguars with the AFC South division crown on the line.
New Tennessee GM Ran Carthon has been awfully busy this offseason. He signed ex-Jaguars linebacker Arden Key, former Tampa Bay Buccaneers cornerback Sean Murphy-Bunting and ex-Philadelphia Eagles offensive lineman Andre Dillard in free agency.
Carthon drafted offensive tackle Peter Skoronski 11th overall and stunned many by trading up for Kentucky quarterback Will Levis in round two at No. 33 overall.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.