Wright had a quiet rookie season with most of his work coming in the slot. His 64 receptions only yielded 626 yards while the Titans receiving corps was a little banged up. He will serve a similar role with the team in his second season.
Fantasy impact: Wright's knee injury has caused him to have a bit of a drop in fantasy drafts. Here's a look at how he's ADP has fallen:
When the news comes on Wright, it affects his value. He's had a downward trend and now that he's been cleared to play, his value should rise a bit. The Titans have an improved O-line and should have a strong running game, which could force defenses to keep seven or even eight in the box even on some passing downs. Wright should be a safe bet to duplicate his 64 catches and may flirt with 1,000 receiving yards. He's still more of a WR4 this week, though.