Kenny Britt injury update: Fantasy value on the decline with trade rumors swirling

Not so much. - Stephen Dunn

Kenny Britt has been in the news for the wrong reasons. We break down the fantasy implications.

Titans receiver Kenny Britt (neck, ribs) is listed as questionable to face the Jets on Sunday. He was out of practice on Wednesday and limited on Thursday and Friday.

His status is up in the air and, the Titans seem to be displeased with the mercurial wideout. Britt had a goose egg on Sunday against the Chargers on no targets, and accounted for just 28 yards in Week 2.

There are rumors of him being traded, so the Titans might not want to risk a possible trade piece worsening his injury, which would almost eliminate the likelihood of a deal.

Fantasy impact: Britt is almost impossible to play following Week 3. It's hard to believe that he was one of the best receivers to start off the 2011 season before tearing his ACL. Nate Washington has stepped up while Britt has been trending down, and Kendall Wright has been running some intermediate routes.

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