By John Glennon
The progress report to date on the Titans' 2020 draft class is incomplete at best, abominable at worst.
No other team's 2020 draft class has compiled fewer man-games than the Titans' original six-person group, which has played just 28 games so far – a combined 19 of those coming from fifth-round pick Larrell Murchison and seventh-round pick Chris Jackson.
It's tough to get past the centerpiece, first-round draft pick Isaiah Wilson, whose list of off-field issues has so far surpassed his offensive snaps (three). His story has gone from embarrassing to maddening to frightening as the months have progressed, the Titans' decision to place Wilson on the reserve non-football illness list – in order for him to work through personal issues – the last we've heard of the big Panda since early this month.
Would that Wilson might have an “It's a Wonderful Life” kind of experience, one to help him realize the value of the present and the promise of the future.
To that end, what would the holiday season be without a little hope?
And thanks in part to the NFL's relaxed injured reserve rules this season, some of the Titans' rookies are providing at least a little semblance of hope as the team readies for the playoffs.
We'll start with running back Darrynton Evans, the team's third-round . . .
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