Kenny Britt to have reduced role in offense, fantasy value continues to vanish

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The Titans are going to phase out Kenny Britt even further in the offense. We break down the fantasy implications.

Tennessee Titans wide receiver Kenny Britt is having his worst year yet as an NFL player, and head coach Mike Munchak has seen enough. According to Terry McCormick of Titans Insider, Munchack plans on reducing Britt's role in the offense until he shows some improvement and starts making more plays.

Britt is finally healthy after multiple knee surgeries derailed his 2011 and 2012 campaigns, but he appears to have checked out in his contract year, making multiple drops and committing costly penalties. Through five games, he has just six catches for 52 yards.

Fantasy impact: Britt is almost certainly gone after this season, and it's possible the Titans may look to trade him before the October 29 deadline. Look for Nate Washington and Kendall Wright to continue working as the starting receivers, while rookie Justin Hunter could be looking at a bigger role. Britt is not worth rostering in any fantasy format right now.

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