Titans Offensive Lineman Isaiah Wilson Claims “I’m Done With the Titans”

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Titans offensive lineman Isaiah Wilson tweeted out on Monday, “I’m done with the Titans.” The tweet was later taken down. The former Georgia Bulldog was the Titans first round draft pick last spring, but he had some off-the-field issues and played only four snaps last season. Titans general manager Jon Robinson addressed the team’s relationship with Wilson last week during a zoom press conference.

Said Robinson:”For whatever reason the player this fall that was here in Nashville wasn’t the guy that we spent time with last year. He’s going to have to make a determination if he wants to do everything necessary to play pro football. Um. and that’s going to be on him.”

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