Titans wide receiver Kendall Wright stood on the sideline, arms folded, watching the first team practice without him after suffering a left hamstring injury Tuesday on the fourth day of training camp, the second in pads.
Wright walked into the locker room early in the practice session and returned to the field a short time later, rejoining the wide receivers group, but did not participate in drills for the rest of the day. The Titans return to the practice field Thursday.
Wright, the team’s top wide receiver since being drafted in the first round (20th overall) in 2012, is expected to largely contribute from the slot this season. Veteran receiver Harry Douglas took Wright’s reps with the first team.