Kendall Wright injury could mean Titans are without best receiver

Per ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Tennessee Titans wide receiver Kendall Wright suffered a sprained MCL in his left knee Sunday in Houston.

Tennessee is already an unproductive mess at receiver.

Harry Douglas has missed the past two games with an injury to his ribs, and Justin Hunter and rookie second-round draft pick Dorial Green-Beckham are unthreatening route runners who are confused about what they are doing a good share of the time. Rico Richardson has been called up from the practice squad the past two weeks and has not been given any real chance to contribute.

Wright is the best of the group by far, and he’s the Titans' second-leading pass catcher behind tight end Delanie Walker. Wright has 28 catches for 343 yards and a team-best three touchdowns.

We don’t know the severity of the sprain yet.

Quarterback Marcus Mariota just missed his second game in a row with a grade 2 sprain of his left knee. Titans right guard Chance Warmack missed two games and three weeks with a grade 2 MCL sprain.