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You need to see Titans CEO Steve Underwood's mustache

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The Tennessee Titans called a press conference Tuesday afternoon to address the firing of head coach Ken Whisenhunt. But as soon as team president and CEO Steve Underwood took the podium, it became difficult for anyone to remember who even got fired, or why anyone was there in the first place.

Suddenly, the only thing that mattered was what was going on behind the microphone. Where is Underwood's mouth? Does he even have a mouth?

All that was visible was a glorious collection of facial hair, bushy atop the mouth and underneath it, forming the most interesting mustache and goatee in the NFL. Here's another shot.



It's just so... interesting.

Believe it or not, Underwood wasn't born this way. Here he is in 2011, with a much less impressive version of his current masterpiece.



The Titans have their fair share of problems, but at least they have two things going their way: this and Marcus Mariota.

Take an inside look at the Titans' team plane last week:

Delanie Walker and Taylor Lewan on the Plane - PROcast

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