Tennessee Titans’ 2020 first-round NFL draft pick Isaiah Wilson (Isaiah Wilson) wrote on Twitter nearly a week after being notified by the Tennessee Titans̵
Wilson was ranked 29th in the April draft, but only played 4 fastballs in his rookie season, which eventually led to him being listed as a non-football injury list in December. Prior to this, Wilson was on the reserve/COVID-19 roster twice in training camp last year and in October.
The rookie’s right tackle is also legal. The first incident occurred when the Tennessee State University police broke up an off-campus gathering that Wilson attended during the training camp. In their report, the police recorded that Wilson went to the second-floor balcony, where he seemed to have briefly considered jumping off the building. He received a trespass warning.
The second incident occurred in September when Wilson lost control and hit a concrete wall. He was arrested and charged with DUI.
Titans general manager Jon Robinson talked about Wilson’s identity at a virtual press conference on Tuesday. He told reporters that he has not talked with Wilson since he was added to the NFI list. It is recommended that Wilson “determine whether he is willing to be a professional player. Football.”
The Titans signed Wilson in August to a four-year contract worth $11.6 million. If Tennessee releases him, he will be deducted from his salary cap of $5.4 million.
ESPN did not respond to a request for comment when contacted Wilson’s agency on Monday night.