Kenny Britt injury update: Probable, but limited value for fantasy owners

Andy Lyons

The Titans wide receiver was able to participate in practice all week without limitations and is probable against the Chiefs in Week 5. We discuss the fantasy implications.

Tennessee Titans wide receiver Kenny Britt (neck, ribs) hasn't missed a practice this past week and is expected to play in the team's Week 5 game against the Kansas City Chiefs. In two appearances so far this season, Britt has just five catches for 43 yards.

Fantasy impact: For the longest time over the course of his five-year career, Britt has been regarded as a talented receiver who was destined for fantasy stardom in the NFL. His talent and ability has never fully translated into production on the field and his days as a Tennessee Titan may be numbered.

Britt has struggled with injuries throughout his career, including a torn ACL. He's also had trouble with the law and is known to have character issues. All of the challenges he's been through have led him to the point where he is third on the team's depth chart behind Kendall Wright and Nate Washington.

With quarterback Jake locker out 4-6 weeks with a hip injury, and Britt's status with the team in general uncertain, much of his fantasy value relates to the possibility of him being traded and getting a fresh start somewhere else. Fantasy owners should look to Washington or Wright ahead of anyone else in the Titans passing game this week.

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