Wide receiver Kenny Britt won't need to look for a new team once the NFL Lockout ends. According to NFL.com's Albert Breer, the Tennessee Titans reportedly plan to discipline Britt once the new league year starts, but they will not release him. Now word yet on what his punishment will entail, but it will certainly be for more than the one quarter he sat for in 2010 after a bar fight.
The NFL will also weigh in on this matter once the lockout ends, but until that happens neither the league nor the Titans can have contact with Britt. Given the Titans' checkered history with troublesome players such as Adam Jones and Albert Haynesworth, one must wonder how many chances they will give Britt. With two arrests over a span of three months, Britt has certainly shown a lack of sound judgment recently.
Britt, a first-round pick in 2009 has 84 career receptions for 1,476 yards and 12 touchdowns.
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