Indianapolis Colts coach offensive lineman Isaiah Wilson
The Indianapolis Colts are trying to strengthen their offensive line and are trying to explore their options in this position. The Colts brought in a former first-round pick Isaiah Wilson for a training session, by ESPN Yates field.
Wilson was a first-round pick for the Tennessee Titans in the 2020 NFL Draft. Due to off-field issues, Wilson only played one game with the Titans before being traded to the Miami Dolphins against a seventh-round pick in March. Just days after the trade, the Dolphins gave up on Wilson for not showing up for practice.
The Colts are the first team to give Wilson a workout since being released by the Dolphins.
Shortly after Miami decided to part ways with Wilson, it was revealed that he was allegedly arrested at gunpoint before his trade from the Titans to the Dolphins. Police arrested Wilson in Barrow County, Georgia, according to Broadway Sports’ Mike Glennon.
âWilson was convicted and charged with the following, according to the Barrow County Sheriff’s Office: fleeing or attempting to escape a police officer for a felony; speeding in a construction zone; dangerous driving; possession of marijuana less than one ounce; possession and use of drug-related items; and reckless driving, âGlennon reported. âAfter posting a $ 7,000 bond, Wilson was released on the morning of January 8, according to the incident report. It was not yet clear whether the incident had been dealt with by the court system, as a representative from the Barrow County District Attorney’s Office said details of the court’s planning are not being shared with outside parties.
Wilson, 22, was arrested for drunk driving and separately received a trespass warning from Tennessee State Police on August 15 after attempting to jump from a second-story balcony and escape arrest at an off-campus party in the state of Tennessee.
In addition to the offensive line, the Colts had some concerns about their quarterback position this week. Carson Wentz suffered multiple ankle sprains in the team’s Week 3 loss to the Los Angeles Rams, and it’s questionable for this week’s game against the Tennessee Titans.
âAnkle sprains are degrees – they range from one to 100,â Reich said, via the team’s website. âI know that, Carson has a really high pain threshold. Naturally I think it goes without saying, when you have a guy who is a pocket passer it affects his game a little less than a guy who is a pocket passer. mobile quarterback I think that’s not rocket science, I think everyone understands it’s true.
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âMy story with Carson is that he heals pretty quickly and he’s tough, and if there’s a chance he can play with those ankle sprains, he’ll play. Obviously, he’s a Incredibly important game. We’re not holding anything back. It’s a big game. If he can play, he will play. “