NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Titans’ first-round pick hasn’t found his way onto the field for a game yet, sidelined by poor conditioning, COVID-19, off-the-field issues and lack of readiness.

Maybe Sunday in Baltimore will be the start of Isaiah Wilson’s career as a member of the Tennessee Titans. It would be a leap for him to dress, after which I imagine there would be another big leap to playing on offense. (I'll believe any of it when I see him in uniform.)


Photo: Mike Vrabel with Isaiah Wilson by George Walker Tennessean via pool.

Wilson is the headliner of what's been an incredibly disappointing draft class so far. The group’s story isn’t written nine games into its first year.

But a team that was a game away from the Super Bowl sure could have used some supplementation from the college ranks in 2020.

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