The Tennessee Titans and first-round pick Kendall Wright still have not come to an agreement on the receiver's rookie contract because of a couple of sticking points.
The first deals with off-set language the Titans would like included in the deal, according to TitanInsider.com. The second barrier is that the sides remain apart on guaranteed money in the fourth year of the contract.
Titans rookies are scheduled to report on Tuesday for training camp, with the full squad slated to be in camp by Friday.
Earlier in the off-season, Wright's agent Jeff Nalley remained confident that the receiver's deal would be completed in time for camp. However, progress on a deal has apparently stalled for now.
The Titans will probably find themselves counting on Wright earlier than they thought and for more with Kenny Britt's role uncertain following his knee injury and DUI arrest last week.
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Terry McCormick covers the Titans for TitanInsider.com
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