Titans CB Wreh-Wilson re-injures hamstring in loss to Carolina
The hamstring injury that kept Tennessee Titans cornerback Blidi Wreh-Wilson out of the team’s win over the New Orleans Saints last week was once again a factor Sunday against the Carolina Panthers.
Per the Tennessean, Wreh-Wilson re-aggravated the injury in the 27-10 loss to Carolina and was unable to play the second half. He was replaced by rookie Cody Riggs.
The loss of the three-veteran put an additional strain on a Tennessee secondary that began with game without starting corners Jason McCourty and Perrish Cox.
McCourty has been dealing with groin injury, while Cox, like Wreh-Wilson, has a hamstring injury.
Wreh-Wilson started Sunday’s game opposite Coty Sensabaugh.