The Tennessee Titans may have a bright future with Marcus Mariota as their franchise quarterback, but more change be on it's way?
The Titans are currently 3-9 and bottom of the AFC South despite a 42-39 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday.
Livin' on a prayer?
Tennessee certainly have a good player on their hands with Mariota, but they could be set for some front office changes that would revolutionise the franchise.
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The ownership of the Titans has been called into question ever since long time owner Bud Adams passed away.
Ownership of the team was taken up by his offspring and that has led to rumours of the team being put up for sale in the near future.
The Adams family have denied that the team could be put up for sale and that could result in some interesting names trying to become a team owner in the NFL.
When the Buffalo Bills were up for sale, they drew some celebrity buyers who were looking to enter the league, including current Presidential candidate Donald Trump.
However if the Titans come up for sale, one celebrity who tried to buy the Bills could make a run at ownership of Tennessee.
Music artist Jon Bon Jovi could be set to make an effort to buy the Titans if they become available and he could have more success in Tennessee than he did in Buffalo.
Bon Jovi tried to buy the Bills but failed but trying to buy a team based in a place heavily focused on music, could see him finally become an NFL team owner.
A celebrity owner for the Titans would certainly make the future of the franchise interesting, but there could be another interesting name arriving in Tennessee in the future.
With large rumours about the possible retirement of Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning, many are also looking at him as a possible employee of the franchise in the coming years.
Manning attended the University of Tennessee and could be set to return to the area and could even be looking for the chance to help out the Titans in his post- NFL career.
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