Kenny Britt trade rumors: Titans asking price too high

Andy Lyons

Some teams are interested in Britt, but need to get him at a better bargain.

The Tennessee Titans are willing to trade wide receiver Kenny Britt, but are reportedly asking for too much in return, according to Jason La Confora.

The former Rutgers star has an expiring contract, making his value considerably less than if he was signed to a long-term deal. Still, the Titans front office wants to get a third-round pick or multiple picks that equal the value of a third rounder. According to La Confora, most teams do not want to give up anything more than a fifth-round pick.

Britt has basically been benched by head coach Mike Munchak, finding himself behind Nate Washington, Justin Hunter and Kendall Wright on the depth chart. Britt has been almost invisible this season, making six catches for 52 yards.

In his career, Britt has flashed plenty of talent but never had a season of 800 receiving yards. His best campaign was 2010, when he caught nine touchdowns and had 775 yards.

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