The Tennessee Titans have called Nissan Stadium their home since 1999.
However, after new renderings of a $2.1 billion stadium in Nashville were released today, some speculation ensued on a potential Titans' move away from their home field of more than two decades.
"NEW: A first look at renderings for the Tennessee Titans' new $2.1 billion stadium," Front Office Sports tweeted Tuesday morning.
While no architect has been assigned to the project yet according to the Titans, the new proposal is rumored to feature many upgrades when compared to the existing Nissan Stadium.
"Details behind the Tennessee Titans' proposed $2.1 billion stadium: 1.7 million sq. ft., Capacity of 60,000, Exterior terraces, panoramic porches, High-tech ETFE translucent roof," Front Office Sports continued.
Arguably the biggest change to the home field for the Titans would be the enclosed design of the proposed stadium.
Nissan Stadium does not have a roof, leading to some cold nights during end-of-season home games for the Titans.
According to Nashville mayor John Cooper, the stadium would give Nashville the ability to host some of the largest events in sports.