The Indianapolis Colts are looking to bring on former Tennessee Titans offensive lineman (already too much credit) and first-round pick Isaiah Wilson for a workout.
Indy is currently facing a number of injuries to their protection up front, including guard Quenton Nelson, and tackles Braden Smith and Eric Fisher on the injury report ahead of Sunday's matchup against...the Tennessee Titans.
Announced on Friday by ESPN's Field Yates, Wilson received an invite from the Indianapolis Colts to show up for a tryout ... which may already be asking for too much from the flakey first rounder.
Wilson was selected with the No. 29 pick in the 2020 NFL draft, and quickly sizzled out of favor with the Tennessee coaching staff, and fan base, after a number of no-shows and run-ins with the law. The lineman proved to be a headache for the Nashville team, who stuck by the player in the midst of constant inactivations his first season.
Despite being at the helm of serious violations that included a DUI back in September 2020 and an attempted escape from a raided Tennessee State University college party, Wilson aired his dirty laundry out on Twitter, begrudgingly stating that he refuses to play for the Titans. Wilson's wish came true when the Titans released him back in February.
A solid contender for all-time greatest NFL draft bust, Wilson continued his streak of bad behavior after the Miami Dolphins gave him a invited for a workout in March 2021 — which resulted in missing the requisite physical and workout before getting nixed by the team.
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