The Tennessee Titans may be done with 2020 first-round draft pick Isaiah Wilson.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport tweeted on Thursday that the Titans are open to trading the 22-year-old offensive tackle.
The #Titans have shopped first-round tackle Isaiah Wilson, sources say, open to dealing the former Georgia standout. After a rough rookie season that included a suspension and stint on the non-football injury list, a fresh start may benefit all parties.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) February 25, 2021
After the Titans used pick No. 29 to acquire Wilson last year, he had multiple run-ins with the law, completed a pair of stints on the reserve/COVID-19 list, played only four snaps during his debut NFL season and then ended the campaign on the reserve/non-football illness list on Dec. 9 because of what Tennessee general manager Jon Robinson referred to as "personal issues, which will take some time for him to work through."
Back on Feb. 16, Robinson told reporters that Wilson must "make a determination on whether he wants to do what it takes to play pro football."
Robinson added: "We did a lot of work on him leading up to the draft. The player that was here in the fall was not the player we evaluated."
Wilson appeared to respond to Robinson on Monday when he tweeted: "I'm done with football as a Titan. No further comments."
He quickly deleted the message but not before reporters and fans saw it on their timelines.