Titans' Kendall Wright leaves practice early with shoulder injury
According to Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean, Titans rookie wide receiver Kendall Wright left practice early and didn’t return after suffering a shoulder injury. Head coach Mike Munchak believes he won’t practice during next week’s three-day minicamp.
“His shoulder is sore from falling on it,” Munchak said. “He went for a ball, trying to make a play – that is sort of in his DNA, to try and catch every ball. That is one he probably should’ve just let go.”
Wright injured his shoulder while trying to catch a ball thrown by second-year quarterback Jake Locker.
Wright didn’t speak with the media after practice.
“You don’t want anyone to get hurt obviously, but from what we can tell it is not something that is going to be long-term,” Munchak said. “He’ll be all right.”