Isaiah Wilson's rookie season continues to be a disaster.
The Tennessee Titans announced that the first-round pick had been placed on the suspended by club list for an undisclosed violation of team rules.
Wilson was listed as out of practice due to illness and was declared out of Sunday's game against the Cleveland Browns on Friday.
Wilson, the 29th pick in the draft last April out of Georgia, has had nothing but rough going since joining the Titans.
He had a DUI crash in September, and has spent two different stints on the Covid-19 list this season. Also, Wilson was involved in a situation on the Tennessee State campus where police were called as well. It was reported by Paul Kuharsky that Wilson was involved in a second auto crash on Oct. 27.
Wilson finally made his first appearance in an NFL game last week at Indianapolis, playing three snaps of kneel downs at the end of the Titans' win against the Colts.
Wilson has been active for only two games in his rookie season, and has not at all challenged for a starting position at right tackle as the Titans envisioned when he was first drafted.
The Titans elevated tackle Marshall Newhouse, just signed off the street last week, for Sunday's game against Cleveland. Outside linebacker Tuzar Skipper was also elevated for Sunday's game.