Learning a new offense must be time-consuming for Kendall Wright, the second-year Tennessee Titans wide receiver. So much so that he didn’t even realize his former Baylor teammate — Heisman Trophy winner and Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III — was getting married.

That impending matrimony has made national news recently after fans tapped into the wedding registry and began sending the future newlyweds a variety of gifts. It even prompted RG3 to tell fans thanks but no thanks, but the gifts are still coming.

He might even get one from Wright, who teamed with the versatile quarterback to drive opposing college defenses crazy before they were selected in the first round — RG3 at No. 2 and Wright at No. 20 — in last year’s NFL Draft.

“I didn’t even know he is getting married,” Wright said Tuesday from the team’s practice facility as the Titans go through their period of organized team activities (OTAs). “I haven’t talked to him. He’ll text me.”

But of that gift, Wright said he will give it some thought — if he can work it in while participating in the team’s current six-week training program. Much of that time for Wright and fellow offensive teammates will be spent learning a new offense being implemented by first-year offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains, the team’s former quarterbacks coach.

“I’m not sure if I will go to the wedding,” Wright said of his college buddy who is reportedly getting married on July 6. “I will get him a gift, if he is serious about it.”

These days, Wright is most serious about building on a rookie season that saw him lead the Titans and tie for the lead among NFL rookies with 64 receptions. More succinctly, Wright would like to use his elusive skills once he catches the ball to increase production on yards after the catch.

“Catch the ball first and then run after the catch,” Wright said of improving on the 9.8 yards per catch that produced only 626 yards with four touchdowns. That compared to 15.4 yards per catch he posted as a senior at Baylor.

“Once I catch it, I know I can do a lot of things after the catch,” he added. “That is one of my personal emphases. I just want to go catch the ball and then go instead of trying to make the move without catching it. It just doesn’t work like that.”

Through free agency and the draft, the Titans have gathered a deep and talented wide receivers corps. Fifth-year wideout Kenny Britt, a former first-round draft pick and potential game breaker when healthy, is expected to return completely healed from a knee injury that ended his 2012 season prematurely.