Report: Titans shopping 2020 1st-rounder Isaiah Wilson
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The Tennessee Titans have shopped 2020 first-round pick Isaiah Wilson and are open to trading the offensive tackle, sources told NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.

Wilson endured a tumultuous rookie campaign in which he saw just three snaps, was suspended for violating team rules, and was arrested for DUI. The young lineman tweeted Monday he's "done with football as a Titan" before deleting the post shortly after.

Tennessee selected Wilson 29th overall last April out of Georgia with hopes of him being a first-year starter at right tackle. The monstrous blocker would have been a welcome addition along the offensive line with Taylor Lewan and Ty Sambrailo landing on injured reserve.

Wilson finished the 2020 season on the non-football injury list and could also be cut this offseason.

Titans general manager Jon Robinson said last week that it's up to the 22-year-old to determine whether he wants to continue playing.

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