The second-year wide receiver says he's dropped 14 pounds this offseason through one simple trick: Laying off the junk food.
"I'm in the best shape I've ever been," Wright told the team's official site.
"For the most part, it wasn't about the running. I just started taking care of my body and eating right. I wasn't eating right at all. I was eating a lot of junk food because that's what I like and that's what I'd buy, but I cut down on that and just started eating right."
Wright is down to 187 pounds after using his time away from the game to work out at Baylor, his alma mater. Wright hopes a trimmer frame will help him with "breaks, running routes and getting back and making all the cuts that I need to make."
The Titans need Wright to follow up his 64-catch, 626-yard rookie campaign with more production in Year Two. With Tennessee reportedly preparing for "life after" Kenny Britt -- and with Nate Washington's future unclear -- it's Wright and rookie Justin Hunter who loom as the future of this passing attack.
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