The NFL offseason is in full swing, but that doesn’t mean one pro team isn’t taking every opportunity to gel off-the-field with the hopes that it just may improve team chemistry on the field.
Earlier this month, the Tenneeseean reported that the Tennessee Titans’ organization came together to help mothers and their babies in need of help in the Nashville area. It was the second annual Titan Up for Tots Baby Shower event where players, coaches, front office staff, and even the team’s cheerleaders came together to fill almost 2,000 baby bags with all sorts of necessities for moms and their children.
Head coach Mike Mularkey thinks the experience off the field will help the team reap rewards on game day. He told the Tennesseean:
“Everything we do is team building. It really is. This is great. It’s fun to watch these guys, they’ve been out here for two hours practicing. They’ve been here all day and they come out here and have a little fun together. And it’s for a good cause.”
The team’s general manager liked Mularkey’s approach, noting: