Look: Tennessee Titans honor Frank Wycheck before game against Houston Texans

The Tennessee Titans honored the late Frank Wycheck before Sunday's game against the Houston Texans at Nissan Stadium.

This was the Titans' first home game since Wycheck died Dec. 9. The former tight end and Titans radio broadcast commentator died after falling at his home in Chattanooga, according to a family statement.

The team played a pregame video honoring Wycheck. The three-time Pro Bowler was a security blanket for quarterback Steve McNair and the Titans' offense in the late 1990s and early 2000s, and was the player who threw the lateral to Kevin Dyson in the famous Music City Miracle play in January 2000.

Wycheck served as a color analyst alongside Mike Keith on Titans radio broadcasts for more than a decade before stepping down after the 2016 season.

Wycheck teammates Eddie George, Kevin Dyson and Zach Piller walked out of the tunnel as the traditional 12th Titan wearing Wycheck's No. 89 jersey.

The Titans also are wearing a helmet sticker with Wycheck's number.'s Jim Wyatt reported Sunday that Nashville Mayor Freddie O'Connell declared Sunday as "Frank Wycheck Day."

Wycheck was a fan favorite during and after his playing days with the franchise, and the Titans honored him properly on Sunday.

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