Titans wide receiver Kendall Wright was carted off the field during Saturday's game versus the Bengals. Now we sit and hope for the best. After the game, Wright told the media that he was "worried" about his knee, but according to The Tennessean's Jim Wyatt, the injury isn't believed to be severe. He tweeted Saturday night that the "early indications" suggest Wright has a sprained knee but not a torn ACL. MRI results are expected to be made public Sunday.
Wright has reportedly been an absolute stud in training camp and could be a massive steal as a WR5. That will all be for naught if those three little letters pop up in tomorrow's diagnosis on Wright's knee -- ACL. A simple knee sprain would still make Wright very questionable for Week 1, but that's better than the alternative.