The Tennessee Titans and Kendall Wright have yet to come to an agreement on a contract. The biggest hold-back is how much of the contract is guaranteed, with Wright looking to get all four-years guaranteed.
Titans rookies are reporting to Baptist Sports Park today but “won’t be doing anything in the way of team drills until Saturday after veterans report. But these next few days will be used to allow the rookies — as well as all four quarterbacks — to work with coaches in meeting rooms and to get a jump on conditioning” according to John Glennon of the Tennessean.
Wright seems to be waiting to see how the Browns deal with supposed starting QB Brandon Weeden plays out, as Weeden is demanding all four-years guaranteed in his contract. The Browns are expected to sign him today. Hopefully that’s the case for the Titans, whether he gets the money or not. This negotiating needs to be finished and they need Wright out there by Saturday when the veterans report and training camp really takes off.
Wright is the last rookie of the Titans draft class that remains unsigned. We’ll keep you posted if there is any change.
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