Titans will continue to coach, teach, and support Isaiah Wilson

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It is fair to say that Titans first-round tackle Isaiah Wilson has not had the rookie season that he or the team would have drawn up on paper.

Wilson has played four snaps during a season that has featured a DUI arrest, two stints on the reserve/COVID-19 list, and a team-issued suspension that kept him out of the Week 13 loss to the Browns. All of that has gone on during a year when the Titans could have used help at tackle given injuries to Taylor Lewan and Ty Sambrailo.

On Monday, head coach Mike Vrabel said that the disappointing start to Wilson’s career has not led the team to lose its belief in the rookie.

“We’re gonna continue to work and support Isaiah. That’s our job,” Vrabel said, via Drake Hills of the Tennessean. “And we’ve brought him into this family. We have expectations for everybody that’s associated with it, and we’ll continue to coach him, to teach him, support him, but hold him to a standard that we hold everybody else to.”

Wilson was reinstated from his suspension on Monday, but it seems like it will continue to be a while before he’s going to land a spot in the starting lineup.

6 responses to “Titans will continue to coach, teach, and support Isaiah Wilson

  1. At what point will colleges start teaching these young men what it means to be men? It should be required learning to receive a scholarship to play sports. Then again, good luck finding a university willing to teach a class like that

  2. slyder1969 says:
    December 8, 2020 at 7:51 am
    At what point will colleges start teaching these young men what it means to be men? It should be required learning to receive a scholarship to play sports. Then again, good luck finding a university willing to teach a class like that

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    Are you serious with this? You want colleges to teach people how to be responsible? Last I checked that should’ve been taught long before reaching college and it should be taught BY THE KIDS PARENTS.

  3. You can’t teach these kids accountability. Since the 8th grade they’ve had coaches walking around behind them cleaning up their messes and teachers are required to give them passing grades if they want to keep their tenure.

  4. Between Wilson, Beasley and Clowney, not to mention getting rid of Casey, personnel dept, not doing so hot …

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