Tennessee Titans offensive tackle Isaiah Wilson was arrested late Friday night by the Davidson County Sheriff's Department on a driving under the influence charge.
According to a release from the Metro Nashville Police Department, Wilson's Dodge Challenger struck a concrete wall near the intersection of Charlotte Ave. and 25th Ave. in Nashville.
A witness told police that Wilson lost control of the car while doing "donuts" in the intersection before hitting the concrete wall on the outbound side of Charlotte Ave.
Wilson performed poorly on field sobriety tests and a breathalyzer test was administered. He registered a .107, which is above the legal limit of .08. Wlson was booked into the jail where bond was set at $1,000.
Wilson, 21, was admitted into the jail at 11:29 p.m., on the charge and was released about two hours later. A to Z Sports first reported the arrest.
Wilson is currently on the Titans' Reserve/Covid-19 list for the second time this year, having been placed there last week shortly after the Titans made their final roster cuts.
The former University of Georgia standout was also present at a party at Tennessee State during training camp where police were called to the scene.
Wilson was the 29th overall pick in this year's draft and is expected to eventually be the team's starting right tackle.
The Titans released a statement regarding the matter.
“We are aware of the situation. This is not conduct that is indicative of the character of our football team and we are working through details on how to proceed,”the club said in a statement.
The Titans are scheduled to open their regular season on Monday night in Denver.
On Saturday morning, a since-deleted Instagram post attributed to Wilson showed a photo of him with these words underneath: "Honestly, I hate life. I'm (expletive)-ing up. I'm making mistakes. I'm not myself."