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Watch: Titans pick their new public address announcer

Titans Wire logo Titans Wire 4/28/2021 Mike Moraitis
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After holding a fan vote, and with input from Tennessee Titans leadership, the team has found its new public address announcer.

Fan and season-ticket holder, Matt Rogers, who is from Spring Hill and is a former offensive lineman at the University of Washington, has emerged from an original group of 200 candidates and beat out five other finalists to get the job.

“I am so pumped,” Rogers said, via Jim Wyatt of Titans Online. “I couldn’t be happier. I am excited to represent the team, represent the state. And I promise you: I am going to bring it.”

In case you missed it, check out some of the work from the six finalists, including Rogers, and see the moment he found out he was the pick, with a little help from left tackle Taylor Lewan.

David Schindler, Senior Director/Executive Producer of Event Presentation and Production for the Titans, called Rogers “the total package.”

“We had a lot of great candidates,” Schindler said.  “I think at the end, I feel like Matt was the total package. He has incredible energy, he is a professional, he has done broadcasts on TV, podcasts, and he’s a huge fan. When you combine all those things, the energy, the fandom, the professionalism, his unique, gravelly voice, I just think that he was the total package.

“And I think his audition proved that he understands the game. He is a former player, and I think he understands what is needed to fill the position.”

Rogers was a personal favorite of ours throughout this contest, as he brings a certain energy and passion that comes through in his announcing. There’s no question about his love for the Titans and we think he’ll do a great job.


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