PHILADELPHIA (AP) Tennessee Titans cornerback Blidi Wreh-Wilson is inactive with a back injury for Sunday's game against Philadelphia.
The Titans also list wide receiver Kris Durham, defensive back Marqueston Huff, tackle Will Svitek, tight end Richard Gordon and defensive end Ropati Pitoitua as inactive.
The Eagles started Andrew Gardner at right guard in place of Matt Tobin. Tobin...
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5 days ago
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) The Tennessee Titans have deactivated cornerback Blidi Wreh-Wilson against the Cleveland Browns with the second-year player coming off a concussion that kept him out of practice all week.
Coty Sensabaugh will start for Wreh-Wilson.
Titans quarterback Jake Locker, who missed last week's loss at Indianapolis with an injured right wrist, is back in the starting...
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October 05, 2014
CINCINNATI -- The ball hung in the air.
Cornerback Blidi Wreh-Wilson could have picked it off and returned it for a touchdown.
Or, he could have leveled Andy Dalton, who was reaching up for the ball on the trick play.
He did neither, whiffing on the play.
That's how it went all game long for the Tennessee Titans.
Dalton turned his first career reception into a touchdown on Sunday...
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September 21, 2014
After a hard-fought battle to determine the starting cornerback opposite of Jason McCourty, the Tennessee Titans have decided to start second year player Blidi Wreh-Wilson against the Kansas City Chiefs over Coty Sensabaugh. Coach Ken Whisenhunt was not ready to pick a cornerback as of Sunday and Monday, but must have determined after practice over the past couple of days that Wreh...
As we progress through the first week of training camp, it has become clear that the battle for the CB2 spot behind Jason McCourty is between Coty Sensabaugh and 2nd year player Blidi Wreh-Wilson.
The competition between the two young corners has been fun to watch thus far, but they are making sure to keep this competition a friendly one. “We’re going to war with each other on...
As he enters his second season, Blidi Wreh-Wilson is pushing hard for a starting job in a Titans secondary that's brimming with opportunity.
Capable of playing both cornerback and nickelback, the 2013 third-round pick has exercised his body and mind to secure a prominent role, incorporating audio books into his routine.
You might think there's nothing wrong with the use...
With offseason practices winding down, a handful of Titans are excited for something other than American football.Several players are keeping up with the World Cup.In a recent article from Tennessean, Blidi Wreh-Wilson said, “Soccer is a sport that is misunderstood in America. I understand it and appreciate it. It is a very unique, beautiful sport. You have to be patient and most...