Miami Dolphins waive all-time first-round bust Isaiah Wilson

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There have been many a first-round bust. However, Isaiah Wilson is among the elite when it comes to flops chosen in the initial round of the NFL Draft.

After an ugly rookie season in Tennessee, the offensive tackle was shipped off to Miami.

And now, the Dolphins have waived the former Georgia Bulldog offensive tackle from Brooklyn, NY.

Per Miamiherald.com:

Wilson is said to have refused team efforts to help him to get his life on track, continuing behavior that caused the Tennessee Titans to give up on him less than a year after drafting him in the first round.

Just in the short time since the Dolphins acquired him for late-round draft compensation, Wilson showed up late for his physical, late for his team orientation and skipped two optional workouts that he had committed to attend, the source said.

On Friday, a series of videos were posted on Wilson’s Instagram account of what appeared to be Wilson inhaling a vape and dancing shirtless on a car, but the Dolphins would have cut him even if those had not appeared, the source added.

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Wilson was the 29th overall pick in the 2020 first round. He finished the season playing in one game, the Titans’ Week 12, 45-26 win against the Indianapolis Colts.