The Titans’ 2020 first-round pick played four snaps and now says he’s done with the team

The Titans’ 2020 first-round pick played four snaps and now says he’s done with the team

“He’s got excellent power to move the line of scrimmage in the run game, and he’s tough to get around in the pass game,” General Manager Jon Robinson said of the 6-foot-6, 350-pound Wilson on draft night. “I thought I saw some blocks at the highest level in the SEC where he gets up to level two, and he forces linebackers — if he gets his paws on him, they’re usually done for.” Fast-forward to Monday night, and Wilson was tweeting and then deleting a social media message that said he was “done with football as a Titan.” Wilson had a messy rookie season. During training camp, he received a trespass warning from police after they broke up an off-campus party at Tennessee State University, with Wilson reportedly considering a jump from a second-story balcony to avoid being caught. He was twice placed on Tennessee’s covid reserve list (once before training camp began). Then, three days before Tennessee’s first regular season game, he was charged with DUI after losing control of his car and hitting a concrete wall, allegedly while …
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