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Isaiah Wilson deletes tweet saying he's 'done with football as a Titan'

Titans Wire logo Titans Wire 5 days ago Mike Moraitis
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We were waiting for the next episode in the saga that is 2020 first-round pick Isaiah Wilson and the Tennessee Titans, and it appears we got it on Monday evening.

ESPN’s Turron Davenport retweeted a Wilson tweet saying he’s “done with football as a Titan” but it was deleted shortly after. However, as we all know, the internet is forever and a screenshot was caught of it.

This comes on the heels of general manager Jon Robinson being quite blunt in his assessment of the situation involving Wilson during his last press conference.

“He’s going to have to make a determination if he wants to do everything necessary to play pro football, and that’s going to be on him,” Robinson said, in what was his most direct response to a question about Wilson yet.

As if a currently off-the-rails situation couldn’t get any worse. Now there isn’t just frustration on the part of the Titans, but also the player, for whatever reason that might be.

Terry McCormick of Titan Insider reported last week that the Titans don’t plan on getting rid of Wilson right now, and multiple reports on Monday night note that nothing has changed with Wilson and the team, so his tweet doesn’t appear to be in reference to some kind of parting of ways.

While we’d like to live in a world where this ends well, it just doesn’t seem possible. At this point, it would be surprising to see Wilson on the roster in 2021.

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