Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by World Peace, Dec 26, 2012.
Realistically... Just someone who does everything in his ability to allow us to succeed and would never move the team.
I wish we were publicly owned by the city of Nashville or the state of TN altogether... like the Packers.
There are plenty of rich musicians and regular rich citizens who could put a pretty big dent in buying the team together and the rest of our fans avross the state could chip in. Not sure how it works up in GB, but it sure would be cool to be a part-owner of your favorite team even if you don't have many shares.
someone who wants to win
Totally meaningless where the owner resides. He hires people to make the football decisions for the team and run the business.
The packers are not owned by the city or state they are owned publicly by thousands of shareholders. Of course a
$250 investment in Packer stock gives you only the right to say you are a part owner since you can't make money off it so it is really like a donation.
There is no way Bud Adams will sell the team, yet a thread similar to this gets started every year or so. "What if Bud sells the team?" or "Who will buy the team after Bud dies?" are the most common versions of this horsecrap. One thread even speculated the family couldn't afford to keep the team, which is also horsecrap.
1. Bud will not sell the team - it's his legacy.
2. Bud's family will not sell the team after he passes - his grandson wants to run the team and Bud wants him to.
The answer is Jon Gruden.
We love Jon Gruden!
Gruden is the best!
Gruden for President!!
I eat Jon Gruden flakes for breakfast!
Ahh, yea we love Jon Gruden.
Paul Allen might want the Titans. He'd just have to sell the Seahwaks, but why would he do that right now?
Maybe he's the worlds biggest Matt Hasselbeck fan.
We've read crazier posts on this site, like the one right above this one.
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