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Tennessee Titans cornerback Blidi Wreh-Wilson said he learned his lesson about taunting and promises not to do it again after getting flagged in the Titans 26-10 over the Chiefs.  

By SI Wire
September 11, 2014

Tennessee Titans cornerback Blidi Wreh-Wilson said he learned his lesson about taunting and promises not to do it again. 

Wreh-Wilson got in the face of Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Travis Kelse in the fourth quarter of the Titans' 26-10 win on Sunday after defending a pass intended for Kelse in the end zone.

Wreh-Wilson, who had three tackles in the game, was flagged for taunting. The Chiefs scored on the next play.

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"I have to keep my head because that ended up costing us a touchdown. In a different game, that could have been crucial mistake. So it's a lesson learned for me,” Wreh-Wilson said to The Tennessean. "You definitely don't have to worry about seeing any more of that.”

Wreh-Wilson was a third-round pick in the 2013 NFL Draft and played in 13 games during his rookie season. 

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