Titans’ Ran Carthon attends Preds game, gets warm welcome

For the first time since becoming general manager of the Tennessee Titans, Ran Carthon attended a Nashville Predators game on Tuesday night and sported a custom jersey with his name on the back.

During the game, the Preds gave Carthon a shoutout and the Titans general manager responded by turning around and pointing to his own name on the back of his Preds jersey.

Carthon and his family caught a pretty good game, also, as the Predators narrowly defeated the Vancouver Canucks via shootout, 5-4.

The 39-year-old executive did a quick interview with Kara Hammer of Bally Sports and expressed how impressed he was with the crowd noise for the home team and revealed it was only the second ever hockey game he’s attended.

Business is about to pick up for Carthon and the Titans, as the unofficial start start of free agency is March 13, when the legal tampering period begins.


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