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2019 Schedule
9-7, 2nd in AFC South

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

Derrick Henry makes his red carpet entrance here at the Pro Bowl.

Casey: 'Your body goes through a whole lot through this sport' (0:22)
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'Big Truss!' and 'Zeke who?' The best NFL quotes of the season (0:59)
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Titans signed the following players to futures contracts: DE Amani Bledsoe, RB Dalyn Dawkins, LB Nigel Harris, TE Parker Hesse, C Daniel Munyer, DB Kareem Orr, OL David Quessenberry, WR Trevion Thompson, RB Shaun Wilson and QB Logan Woodside. All of the players signed today were part of the Titans practice squad this season.

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Titans D-coordinator Pees retires for 2nd time

Titans defensive coordinator Dean Pees announced his retirement Monday, one day after the Titans' playoff run ended in the AFC Championship Game.

Who would rise up the most in a 2019 NFL draft re-draft? (1:12)
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Stephen A.: Brady should go play for the Titans (2:04)
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ESPN Daily: The Chiefs/49ers Super Bowl is set

Super Bowl LIV is set! The 49ers sent Aaron Rodgers and the Packers...packing. Then, the Chiefs engineered another comeback victory to steal away the Titans' championship dreams. ESPN NFL insider Bill Barnwell breaks down how we wound up with the teams that will meet in Miami.

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Henry after Titans' exit: 'Could have done more'

After failing to stick to the same formula against the Chiefs on Sunday that propelled the Titans to playoff wins in Baltimore and New England, star back Derrick Henry voiced disappointment in the outcome and said "he could have done more for the team."

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Mahomes' feet, arms, lift Chiefs to Super Bowl over Titans

Patrick Mahomes tip-toed down the sideline for a game-turning touchdown, added three TD passes, and the Kansas City Chiefs made their first Super Bowl in a half-century by beating the Tennessee Titans 35-24 Sunday for the AFC championship.

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Rashaan Evans is running back into the Titans locker room once again.

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Chiefs' Hill latest receiver to mimic dog on field

Reminiscent of Ole Miss' Elijah Moore, and Odell Beckham Jr., who did it as a member of the Giants, Kansas City receiver Tyreek Hill dropped to his knees and pretended to urinate like a dog on the field before a memorable performance in the Chief's' win.

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The Titans got off to a 10-0 leas thanks to a 38-yard FG by Greg Joseph and a TD run by Derrick Henry. Pat Mahomes led the Chiefs to 21 points and the halftime lead. Mahomes had two TD passes to Tyreek Hill and scrambled for the go ahead touchdown to give Kansas City the 21-17 lead. The Chiefs get the ball back at the start of the 3rd quarter.

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Rashaan Evans just jogged into the locker room with trainers.

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Rashaan Evans was down after the last play but he walked off. He was favoring his left foot as he walked.

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The Chiefs are 3-0 this season under Patrick Mahomes when falling behind by 10+ points

Team Stats

Passing Yards223.921st
Rushing Yards138.93rd
Points For25.110th
Points Against20.7