NASHVILLE — Stop me if you have read this before: Tennessee Titans (10-5) rookie Isaiah Wilson has been an abject disaster this year. New video evidence of the right tackle partying over New Year’s weekend serves as the latest in a long list of ills.
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Wilson’s latest infraction comes one day before Tennessee is preparing to try and win its first AFC South title since 2008. The Titans will travel to Houston on Sunday to face the Texans (4-11) in Week 17.
Tennessee suspended its first round pick for a violation of team rules in the week leading up to the Titans loss to the Cleveland Browns. Wilson was then placed on the NFL reserve/non-football illness list by Tennessee on Dec. 9. Being placed on the non-football list means that Wilson will not return to the team for the rest of the regular season. He has contributed one special teams snap and three on offense in victory formation in a blowout win against the Indianapolis Colts.
“Currently, he is dealing with some personal issues, which will take some time for him to work through,” GM Jon Robinson said in a statement after placing Wilson on NFI. “We will continue to help him and support him, with the hope that he can ultimately re-join the team.”
Wilson has been given ample time to work through his varied personal issues this season. His latest actions only further the optics that he only cares about himself.