Isaiah Wilson officially puts Isaiah Wilson out of work amid fall

Offensive tackle Isaiah Wilson is out of work less than a year after being chosen in the first round of the NFL draft.

The troubled 22-year-old Brooklyn native approved the waivers on Sunday, as expected, after a tumultuous three-day stint with the Dolphins.

Wilson was released by Miami on Saturday after being late for his team and physical meetings, missed training and refused personal help from the team, according to multiple reports.

The 6-foot-6, 350-pound lineman was acquired from the Titans in a trade that also included a trade of seventh-round picks and was finalized last week.

He appeared in one game (four plays) with the Titans in his rookie season, primarily due to off-field issues, including a DUI charge in September.

Tennessee struck down Wilson’s $ 11 million salary guarantees after suspending him for violating team rules. The 29th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft was later placed on non-football-related injury / illness reserve in December to deal with what general manager Jon Robinson called personal issues.

Isaiah Wilson approves waivers after Dolphins release
Isaiah Wilson

Wilson, a standout in Georgia, seemed to have no character concerns coming out of college.


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