Three Players That Have Been Inducted Into The Titans Hall Of Fame

Three Players That Have Been Inducted Into The Titans Hall Of Fame

Anas Bouargane 17/11/2020 2
Three Players That Have Been Inducted Into The Titans Hall Of Fame

There is no greater honour for an American Football player than to be recognised for their achievements throughout their career by being inducted into a hall of fame.

There is a special place in the hearts of all Tennessee Titans fans for the players that have been named in the Titans/Oilers Hall of Fame, and these are three of the stars that are deserving of their place in history.

Frank Wycheck

Frank Wycheck is one of the most recent players that has been inducted into the Titans Hall of Fame, as he was inducted in October 2008. Wycheck arrived in the NFL during the 1993 draft, as he was picked 160th overall by the Washington Redskins. He stayed for just one season with the Redskins, before he was picked up by the Titans. The gamble paid off for the Titans, as he would become an integral part of the team following the move.

Wycheck joined the franchise where he would spend the majority of his playing career in 1995, and he instantly became an important player for the team. His best seasons for the team would come between 1998 and 2000, as he would play in the Pro Bowl on three occasions. During his career in the NFL, he made 505 receptions and scored 28 touchdowns.

Eddie George

Eddie George was one of the most talented running backs that has ever played in the Titans jersey. He was drafted to the franchise as a 14th overall pick in the 1996 draft, and he would go on to spend seven years with the franchise before ending his career with the Dallas Cowboys in 2004.

George won play in four Pro Bowls during his career with the Titans, with the last of those coming in 2000. His first season with the Titans would be a massive success, as made 1,368 rushing yards and 182 receiving yards. These stats would ensure that George won the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year in his first season. During his career, he recorded over 10,000 rushing yards and scored 68 rushing touchdowns.

Mike Munchak

Mike Munchak is one of the most respected figures in the history of the franchise, as he stayed with the Titans right from the moment he was drafted until he left after holding various positions in the coaching set up. The latter of those came between 2011 and 2013 as he was the head coach of the Titans. As a player, he played for the Titans between 1982 and 1993, and he would go on to play in nine Pro Bowls.

Munchak wouldn’t play for another team throughout his playing career, and his performances on the field throughout his career saw him named in the team of the decade in the 80s. Munchak was also a four-time first-team All-Pro and was also a Second-team All-Pro on six occasions. The franchise decided to retire his number 63 jersey following his retirement, and he remains a prominent figure in the game to this day, as he works as an offensive line coach for the Denver Broncos.

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  • Sam Cattanach

    Respect to the legends of the game !!

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Anas is the founder of CEF Académie, a platform that provides guidance and support for those willing to study in France. He previously interned at AlphaSense. Anas holds a bachelor degree in applied economics from the University Paris Sud.


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