Tennessee Titans: Lots of good news regarding Isaiah Wilson

By Ben Sundock
Aug. 04, 2020

Wow good news regarding the Tennessee Titans and rookie Isaiah Wilson on the same day? I must be living in a dream!

On Tuesday, the Titans announced that their first-round pick from this year's draft had not only been removed from the reserve/COVID-19 list, but he also finally signed his rookie contract with the team!

That's right, Tennessee has now locked down their entire rookie class for the next four years with the news that Wilson had signed a four-year deal worth just over $11.5 million and includes a signing bonus just shy of $6 million.

Not only is Wilson now secure for the next several years, but he can get to work in training camp with the rest of his new teammates without having missed much of any time.

Remember a week ago how bleak all the news coming out of St. Thomas Sports Park was? Well that has all thankfully changed.

Isaiah Wilson is cleared to start practice, the entire rookie class has now signed, and Jon Robinson has at least heard from Vic Beasley and the offseason signing should be reporting to the Music City in the next week.

"He's a massive player that we're excited to start working with as soon as we can," head coach Mike Vrabel said of Wilson.

While many fans may be excited the preseason was removed entirely this season, players like Wilson, Darrynton Evans, and other fringe players looking for a roster spot will not get the chance to play in a live game maybe all season.

This month and a half of training camp is vital to their development and it will be nice to see Wilson back in the mix already!