Tennessee Titans offensive coordinator Chris Palmer mentioned that they’re expecting first round pick WR Kendall Wright to be a big contributor in their offense this season.
“I’ve been fortunate in my career (to have coached) Andre Johnson, as a rookie, had 975 yards. Terry Glenn as a rookie, had 90 catches,” Palmer said, via TitansOnline.com. “I felt good about those guys, and I feel good about Kendall, what he can do.”
Wright just signed his contract yesterday, so he still has plenty of work ahead of him, but Palmer believes he’s “going to be a star in this league. … He’s got stardom written all over him.”