Tennessee Titans legend Frank Wycheck files lawsuit
By Will Lomas
Former standout Tennessee Titans tight end Frank Wycheck files lawsuit over injury.
According to Brentwood Home Page, former Tennessee Titans tight end Frank Wycheck is filing a lawsuit over an injury.
If you are somehow not familiar with the greatest play in the history of the franchise, Wycheck was a key part of the “Music City Miracle” as the Tennessee Titans defeated the Buffalo Bills.
While there a debate by Buffalo Bills fans as to whether or not the pass was a forward lateral (it wasn’t, they are wrong and need to get over their inability to play special teams in a crucial moment of the game) it isn’t debatable that Frank Wycheck started a tradition of tough, versatile tight ends being drawn to Tennessee.
Guys like Bo Scaife, Craig Stevens and Delanie Walker highlight the list of Titans tight ends to come after Wycheck. That doesn’t even include guys like Jared Cook and Jack Doyle who were with Tennessee to start their careers but who did better work outside the franchise.
Focusing on Wycheck, this injury isn’t just a flippant thing. Look at the report from Brentwood Home Page.
The report states:
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"“Frank Wycheck vs. Prairie Life Fitness, LLC, claims Wycheck injured himself at the now-closed 300 Shingle Way location in July 2018 when he “stepped on an improperly installed or maintained board on the floor” of a steam room/sauna area……The injuries/damages claimed for Wycheck are said to be of “a personal, pecuniary and permanent nature.”"
After Wycheck’s well documented history of injuries, adding another to the list doesn’t help. He was extremely tough on and off the field and that should be commended, but as we shift our opinion of him from “gridiron warrior” to “father and husband” the impact of those injuries are highlighted.
Hopefully Wycheck gets what he is due and can recover from those injuries quickly.