Titans deliver on owner's promise to help victims

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - The flood-beaten ticket booth washed away from a resort and was carried miles across town by raging waters until it came to rest upside down in a someone's backyard - until Vince Young and some of his Tennessee teammates arrived.

They broke it apart and carried the sodden chunks of wood up to the street to be taken away.

The Titans delivered Wednesday the help to flood victims promised by owner Bud Adams last week. They didn't look that different from the other volunteers working throughout town wearing masks and sweating from all the hard work.

Donald Meadows didn't recognize them until he saw coach Jeff Fisher, and he says he appreciates the Titans hitting what he called the low-rent district to help.

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