Titans' Robinson: Wilson has to 'make a determination' if he wants to play
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The Tennessee Titans have given offensive tackle Isaiah Wilson an ultimatum after his rookie season.

"He’s gonna have to make a determination if he wants to do everything necessary to play pro football," said general manager Jon Robinson, according to team reporter Jim Wyatt. "That’s going to be on him."

The 2020 first-round selection played just three snaps in his debut campaign with Tennessee.

Wilson was subject to multiple absences throughout the season, missing games due to a DUI arrest, violating team rules, and landing on the reserve/COVID-19 list. The 22-year-old ultimately finished the campaign on the non-football illness list to deal with personal issues.

Robinson revealed he hasn’t spoken with the lineman since placing him on the NFI list, but the GM did say he knows other people have been in contact with Wilson.

"I know what the expectation level is here, and it's no different than any other player on the football team," said Robinson. "We have a certain standard that we want players to prepare and perform at professionally, and as people, and there's a lot of work to be done there."

At six-foot-six, 350 pounds, Wilson was considered a raw prospect with plenty of upside coming out of Georgia. The franchise expected him to replace former tackle Jack Conklin, who signed with the Cleveland Browns in free agency.

Titans' Robinson: Wilson has to 'make a determination' if he wants to play
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