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Titans WR Kendall Wright "pretty worried" about knee

Typically an athlete's comments about his own injury provides little insight regarding the extent of their injury as they tend to be an overly optimistic group in that sense.

In a related sense, it's like the "successful surgery" not being news. When do you hear of athlete's surgery being unsuccessful?

In tonight's preseason game against the Bengals, Titans second-year wide receiver Kendall Wright left the game with a knee injury and he's "pretty worried" about it, according to Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean.

Wyatt also tweeted that Wright is "trying to be optimistic. Said he thinks it's just a sprain but not sure."

Before the injury, Wright was having a good training camp. Not only did he come to camp in better shape this year, but Wyatt listed Wright as one of the team's five most impressive players at camp this year.

More should be known about the extent of Wright's injury within the next day or two ...

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