May 09, 2017
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM

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Nissan Stadium
1 Titans Way
Nashville, TN 37213










Jon Robinson was named the general manager of the Tennessee Titans on Jan. 14, 2016 after spending the previous two seasons as director of player personnel with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

He was promoted to Executive Vice President/General Manager on Jan. 5, 2017 following a season in which the Titans tripled their win total from a year ago, finishing 9-7 in 2016.

Since his arrival, he has overseen one of the more dramatic offseasons in recent franchise history as the team traded for RB DeMarco Murray from the Philadelphia Eagles; jumped into free agency, signing WR Rishard Matthews, C Ben Jones, S Rashad Johnson, CB Brice McCain, CB Antwon Blake and LB Sean Spence; and traded the number one overall selection in the NFL Draft to the Los Angeles Rams for multiple selections in this past year’s and the 2017 draft.

His shared vision with head coach Mike Mularkey is to find players that are physical, team-first and accountable, which will embody “Titans Football” moving forward.

In his role at Tampa Bay, prior to joining the Titans, Robinson oversaw all areas of the scouting department, both college and pro, in addition to free agency preparation, evaluating players in the NFL and other professional leagues. He also assisted with college scouting and preparation for the NFL Draft.

Robinson joined the Buccaneers after 12 seasons with the New England Patriots (2002-13). Robinson worked as New England’s director of college scouting (2009-13), and prior to that served as a regional scout and an area scout for the Patriots.

While with the Patriots, the team drafted players like WR Julian Edelman, TE Rob Gronkowski, DB Devin McCourty, T Nate Solder and DE Chandler Jones, among others. During Robinson’s time with the Patriots, the organization won 10 division titles, four conference titles and two Super Bowls.

A native of Union City, Tenn., Robinson signed with the U.S. Air Force Academy out of high school before transferring to Southeast Missouri State, where he also coached one season (1998) before serving three seasons (1999-2001) as a coach at Nicholls State.
He and his wife, Jaimie, have two daughters, Taylor Brooke and Bailey Rae.


Park in Lot H

See Attached Parking Map Below


Meeting Location is on WEST Side of Stadium
Use Stadium Club Entrance

Security will be at the door to direct attendees to meeting location




$0.00 Regular Member Ticket

$10.00 Student Ticket

$40.00 Guest Ticket


Nissan Stadium Parking Map