The Tennessee Titans will honor former kicker Rob Bironas during Sunday's home game against the Cleveland Browns. Bironas was killed in a one-vehicle accident less than a mile from his home on Sept. 20
Titans players will wear a helmet sticker commemorating Bironas and there will be a moment of silence before the playing of the national anthem. According to the paper, family members of Bironas will attend the game as guests of the Titans.
Bironas, who played nine seasons for Tennessee, was killed in a one-vehicle accident less than a mile from his home on Sept. 20. He was 36.
Bironas is Tennessee’s second all-time leading scorer and scored 100 or more points in seven consecutive seasons, setting a franchise record.
Over his career, Bironas made 86 percent of his field-goal attempts. He set NFL records by hitting a field goal from at least 40 yards in 10 consecutive games in 2011 and making eight field goals in a game in 2007.
- Scooby Axson