Robinson, when asked about potential improvements he could make as the team's GM coming off of last season, fought back tears.
"That's what keeps me up at night," Robinson said. "The trust that ownership has put in me, our fans."
After a 12-5 regular season and finishing as the No. 1 seed in the AFC, the Titans exited the NFL playoffs after one game. Tennessee lost to the eventual AFC Champion Cincinnati Bengals 19-16 in the AFC Divisional round at Nissan Stadium.
VOLS WR A FIT IN NASHVILLE? Vols' Velus Jones Jr. to Tennessee Titans? He's already connected to AJ Brown, Julio Jones
"That stadium was rocking and you can only imagine what it would have been like the next week," Robinson said. "There's a pretty long list of stuff I've got to be better at."
Watch the entire exchange below via WKRN.
At the #NFLCombine @Titans GM Jon Robinson gets emotional when discussing what he needs to do better after a disappointing loss in the divisional round of the playoffs. @WKRN pic.twitter.com/LUVJQ3uZ1M
— Cal Baxter (@CalBaxter) March 2, 2022
Robinson is entering his seventh season as the general manager for the Titans, who have made the playoffs in each of the last three seasons and have had a winning record in each of the last six seasons.
This article originally appeared on Nashville Tennessean: See Tennessee Titans GM Jon Robinson tear up in answer about 2021 season