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Titans' fans invited to Code Blue pep rally Friday

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The Tennessee Titans will celebrate their fifth annual Code Blue Friday afternoon with the first-ever Titans Code Blue Pep Rally in downtown Nashville.

The pep rally will be held from 4 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Music City Walk of Fame Park behind the Hilton Hotel.

The free event will feature live music from country singer James Otto along with entertainment, games and food.

The pep rally will also include appearances by Titans players, cheerleaders, Mayor Karl Dean, Station Camp High School's "Thundering Heard" Marching Band and T-Rac. Prizes will also be given away.

Fans are encouraged to wear Titans light blue in support of the team ahead of Sunday's season opener at LP Field against the New England Patriots.

Prior to kick-off, legendary Tennessee basketball coach Pat Summitt will be honored as the 12th Titan in a special ceremony.

In addition, Titans' owner Bud Adams will donate $25,000 to the Pat Summitt Foundation in an effort to raise awareness and help find a cure to Alzheimer's disease.

Summitt announced she was battling early onset dementia, Alzheimer's type, last August.

The Titans are also urging fans to get in their seats early to enjoy the Pat Summitt ceremony, as well as participate in a unique card stunt that will turn LP Field blue prior to kickoff.

Kick-off Sunday is set for 12 Noon.

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