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I’m not saying that Wilson is going to be somewhere other than Tennessee next season, but there is no way that anyone can rule out the idea of the Titans trading him.
But, I don’t want to focus specifically on that. What I really want to talk about is his future position in the NFL.
Looking at how he is being described on the field and his athletic testing, it has never been more clear that he isn’t going to be a tackle in the NFL. Blame it on him being constantly overweight, his slow feet, his bad feel in space, or whatever you want, but he lacks anything that indicates that his best position is going against the Von Millers and Yannick Ngakoue’s of the world.
He isn’t going to be the Titans long term answer at right tackle because if Tennessee didn’t pay Jack Conklin to stay then they definitely won’t pay Isaiah Wilson. So, everything needs to be on the table including scrapping his 2020 season and refocusing him on learning how to be a guard.
If that works out, great then maybe you have a battle at the right guard spot for a few years and potentially someone to take over for Rodger Saffold way down the line. If it doesn’t, then you gave it your best shot and congratulations on trying every option instead of pigeonholing him into a position that he doesn’t fit from a physical or responsibility standpoint.