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Tennessee Titans and Twitter help superfan find his lost wedding band at Nissan Stadium

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Looks like the Tennessee Titans got two big wins on Sunday.

There was the 34-3 romp over the Miami Dolphins.

And after the game, the Titans seemingly pulled a needle out of a haystack when stadium workers found a custom wedding band bearing the team's logo that a season-ticket holder lost.

Two security guards searched about 45 minutes at night – as sleet and snow were falling – to find the wedding band, a search kicked off by a tweet from Chad Davis, the fan who lost it.

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"I lost my wedding band somewhere at the game today," posted Davis, a car manufacturing plant supervisor in Charleston, Tennessee, near Chattanooga.

"Sick to my stomach. Was sitting in section 202. Please share incase someone found it. I would pay to recover it."

More than 500 people on Twitter, including several Nashville sports media personalities, re-tweeted that post. Titans human resources director Allie Lessmiller eventually saw the tweet and got in touch with stadium operations and security.

Titans President Burke Nihill saw Davis' tweet five minutes later, and he also asked security to look for the ring, Titans off-field publicist Kate Guerra said.

Tennessee season ticket holders Chad and Jess Davis of Charleston, Tenn., near Chattanooga
Tennessee season ticket holders Chad and Jess Davis of Charleston, Tenn., near Chattanooga

Security guard Ken Norman found it in an aisle about two rows below where Davis was sitting, Guerra said.

Nihill broke the news on Twitter later that evening: "All good, Chad," he posted. "Someone will be in touch about how to get it back to you."

Davis didn't see that message until Monday morning, and then, he told the Tennessean, "I was shocked!"

"I was beside myself," Davis said. "You've got to be kidding me, someone actually found it."

Chad Davis' custom made Titans wedding band in Titans' offices after security guards found it late Sunday night
Chad Davis' custom made Titans wedding band in Titans' offices after security guards found it late Sunday night

Davis has been a die-hard Titans fan for years, and his wife, Jess, then his girlfriend, surprised him with season tickets in section 343 on Valentine's Day 2019. The couple got married the next year, and Jess Davis had the Titans wedding band special ordered for the groom.

Chad Davis said he thinks he was high-fiving everyone so hard at the Titans-Dolphins game that his ring flew off. He also thinks his fingers shrunk a little because of the cold, making it easier for the ring to come off.

Davis said his wife "gave me some crap, jokingly" when he told her he lost the ring. She also immediately said she'd order him a new one.

But Davis said he's thrilled and grateful the original was found.

"It felt good for me that people cared that I got my ring back. I honestly owe it to all the people on Twitter. It was a collective effort to find that ring, man. Honestly!"

The Titans will "do something nice" for the security guards who found the ring, Guerra said.

Follow Brad Schmitt on Twitter @bradschmitt.

This article originally appeared on Nashville Tennessean: Tennessee Titans help fan find lost wedding ring after Dolphins game