Kendall Wright won't be able to do his first full pad practice with the Tennessee Titans until Saturday.
On Thursday night, the Titans first-round pick went through individual work and ran routes in 7-on-7 drills in practice.
Wright says he already knows two of three receiver positions and sounds ready to hit the ground running after a five-day holdout with his rookie deal.
Wright agreed Tuesday to a four-year, $8.2 million contract with a $4.47 million signing bonus.
“I'm still learning, but I haven't forgotten what I learned before,” Wright said in his first media availability since the deal.
If the new CBA would allow, Wright says he could go right away. But it will have to wait.
“I think I could put the pads on this afternoon, but I'm not gonna do anything to get me or the Titans in trouble.”
As for what he can do, Wright said he was busy learning more of the offense during his time away. Tennessee started him at the X position in OTAs, and added the F position later in the offseason.
“I can play at least two positions at this point right now. I've been studying on my own. But we put some new stuff in and I'm learning the new stuff fast. I think I can play at least two positions,” he said.
Wright is confident that he can contribute right away in the offense.
“I can do a lot of different things at either position,” he said.
Wright expressed confidence, but he won't be the type of high maintenance player the wide receiver has become known for.
“I don't know nothing about being a diva. I like staying to myself, working hard and being competitive,” he said.