Kendall Wright left Monday night's game between the Titans and the Jets with a leg injury. He may not return.
Kendall Wright left Monday night's game between the Tennessee Titans and the New York Jets with an apparent leg injury. He was spotted limping along the sideline in the fourth quarter, as reported by John Glennon of the Nashville Tennessean. The receiver could be done for the night. At one point, he threw his gloves down in frustration.
Wright was targeted four times on the night, and managed just 31 yards receiving off three receptions. The Titans' passing offense is struggling as a whole. Quarterback Jake Locker is 13-for-22 passing for 149 yards on the night, with zero touchdowns and zero interceptions with the fourth quarter coming to a close. The Titans lead 14-10 at the two-minute warning.
Wright has been a steady contributor to the Titans this season, with Kenny Britt and Nate Washington struggling at times to get on track. Heading into Week 15, Wright had 555 yards and four touchdowns on a team-leading 59 receptions.