Kenny Britt questionable for Week 4, fantasy owners should start planning without him

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Kenny Britt missed his third straight practice on Friday, and is unlikely to play in Week 4. We break down the fantasy implications.

UPDATE: Britt has been officially listed as questionable for Sunday's game.

Tennessee Titans WR Kenny Britt (ankle) missed his third straight day of practice Friday, reports Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean. Without any reps this week, it is extremely unlikely that he will suit up on Sunday against the Houston Texans. Britt tweaked his ankle last week against the Detroit Lions after grabbing six catches for 55 yards.

Fantasy Impact: Britt continues to be snake-bitten by injuries. He missed most of the 2011 season with a torn ACL, and now this latest unrelated ankle injury could cost him another game. Britt sat out Week 1 with a suspension and played limited snaps the past two games, so by now fantasy owners should be used to him sitting on the bench. Nate Washington will get the start if he can't go again.

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