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Tennessee Titans owner K.S. "Bud" Adams, Jr. has passed away at the age of 90 of natural causes, the team announced on Monday. Adams was the longest tenured owner in the NFL.
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Amazing how perhaps the most loved and the most hated members of the Houston Football community passed in the same week.
Reply35 months
ThreauxDown isn't too bright huh? Heart attack, cancer, stepped in front of your small school bus. A lot of things aren't natural. My 105 year old aunt died in a car wreck.
Reply35 months
RIP Bud. I like to think he's now in heaven flipping off opposing fanbases...
Reply35 months
As much as I hated him for destroying and moving the Oilers, rest in peace and my condolences and prayers to his family.
Reply35 months
As much as I bated him for destroying and moving gbe Oilers, rest in peace and my condolences and prayers to his family.
Reply35 months
do you know what natural causes are??
Reply35 months
Do you have to say of natural causes when you state his age of 90. What else would he die from at 90. Yea "Bud" crashed his bike doing 140 trying to pop a wheelie, while tore up on Bath Salts on the interstate. He sure was a wildman. SMH Prayers with his family.
Reply35 months
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