Tennessee Titans WR Kenny Britt was arrested for the sixth time since 2009 on Wednesday when he reportedly resisted arrest from Hoboken, NJ police officers. The arrest seemed minor in the grand scheme of things but it's concerning because there's clearly a pattern developing with Britt.
The good news for him is that the prosecutor, Edward DeFazio, doesn't think he'll be facing jail time for his latest legal dust-up, via the Tennessean.
"If he were to be convicted he could get probation, and technically he could be subject to jail time,'' DeFazio said. "But as a practical matter, since he has no criminal convictions, there is a presumption that he would not be incarcerated."
The Titans, though, will have their say whenever the lockout ends. Head coach Mike Munchak acknowledged to the Tennessean that it's a difficult time right now because, with the lockout going on, he can't talk to Britt.
"Unfortunately he's had a few things that have come up with him this offseason. Any time any of our players have issues it is concerning, no matter what the issue is. We want the best for them. This is a tough time because we don't know."
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell could also have a conversation with Britt. Goodell says he'll be monitoring activity that violates the personal conduct policy even during the lockout.
Check out SB Nation's Music City Miracles to see how Titans fans are reacting to the latest arrest.