Kenny Britt arrest: Titans WR found not guilty of DUI


One piece of Kenny Britt's off-field legal issues has been resolved, but others remain.

Tennessee Titans wide receiver Kenny Britt was found not guilty of driving under the influence, reports Jim Wyatt.

Britt had been arrested in July of 2012 when he attempted to enter the Fort Campbell Army post in Kentucky, failed a field sobriety test and refused to take a Breathalyzer test.

Britt was also found not guilty of violating the implied consent law, which holds that a licensed driver has given implied consent to allow police to determine the driver's level of intoxication.

The incident, only one of Britt's numerous off-field incidents, cost him a one-game suspension at the start of the 2012 season. He's been arrested eight times since being drafted by the Titans in 2009, where he was the 30th overall pick. This particular case is behind him, but he remains involved with law enforcement.

Britt's latest issue stems from a stabbing incident in New Jersey. Police believe that Britt can provide information, but Britt has thus far declined to do so.

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