He did have an issue when he was told he’s fifth out of the Titans five cornerbacks.
“I wasn’t surprised at the fact that I didn’t get it,” he said. “I was surprised at the fact that I got moved to the fifth corner, that I’m the last corner on the depth chart. That’s what I am more surprised about. They said my role would be just a special teams player.”
Wreh-Wilson’s is a promising player, but has done little to stand out since he joined the Titans.
If the Titans lost one of their top three Sunday in Pittsburgh, I’m not so sure they would turn to Wreh-Wilson ahead of Campbell.
Clearly though, they wanted to send a message after Campbell didn’t meet their expectations. They might have helped him on the front-end by not over-selling the promise of a 2011 seventh-rounder or by having more realistic expectations.
Campbell said he’ll focus on being the NFL’s best special teams player.