NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Kendall Wright calls the Tennessee Titans' playbook big with a lot of plays, and it's something very new to the wide receiver. Not because he's a rookie and first-round draft pick.
It's the first playbook Wright has ever had.
Wright played at Baylor, where coach Art Briles uses practices, film study and meetings to teach plays signaled into the offense. Nothing was written down and bundled into a playbook of any form. When Wright played quarterback in high school in Pittsburg, Texas, he had no playbook there, either.
"For me, it's learning everything," Wright said Friday afternoon after his second session in the Titans' rookie minicamp. "I was just out there. We had a lot of different stuff we ran at Baylor. But right now I have a playbook that I'm studying every night and going over with coaches in the meetings. It's a different learning process for me."
Wright has plenty of company right now among 24 rookies for the Titans taking part in two days of or...