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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Titans Insider, Sep 18, 2013.
Suh is awesome. Shush ya mouf.
ohhh noooo if hes out that means we will have to find another WR to avg 6.2 yards per catch lol
Well, look on the bright side. If he becomes injury prone we can start calling him "Ken Doll" Wright.
Not going to lie I may start calling him that anyway.
Titans receiver Kendall Wright missed practice for the second straight day on Thursday, and is listed on the team’s Injury Report with a concussion.
Wright, however, said he’s fine. He expects to play on Sunday against the Chargers.
“I know I don’t have a concussion,’’ Wright said. “I am not a trainer, but I know I don’t have a concussion.”
Wright finished Sunday’s 30-24 overtime loss against the Texans despite absorbing a big hit to the head from Texans defensive back Kareem Jackson, who was fined $42,000.
Coach Mike Munchak said Wright, the team’s first round pick from 2012 who leads the team with nine catches for 65 yards, had a headache earlier in the week.
On Thursday, Munchak said he expects Wright to practice on Friday, and play on Sunday against the Chargers.
“I assume he’ll fine,’’ Munchak said. “He has to go through the process of seeing the doctor, and I assume he’ll practice (Friday) if all goes well.”
The Titans are clearly being careful with Wright since he’s shown symptoms typical of players with concussions. Wright said he’s seen one doctor, and “he said I was good.”
In the meantime, he’s been watching practice and attending walk-throughs.
Despite the aggravation of having to miss work as a result of Jackson’s hit, Wright insisted he doesn’t hold a grudge.
“He hit me, and it’s over with,’’ Wright said of Jackson. “We’ll play them again and he’ll have to guard me.”
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He took a hell of a shot and came back and played in the game he is tough