Tennessee Titans wide receiver Kenny Britt hasn't suffered any new injuries in training camp. Lingering issues from last season have sidelined him in stretches throughout this preseason, however, according to John Glennon of the Tennessean.
Titans head coach Mike Munchak doesn't expect the issue to disappear anytime soon, either, and the Titans will monitor his activity throughout the upcoming season.
"I think every week it's probably going to be a day (of missed practice) here and there, especially in camp," Munchak said. "I think once we get in a normal week, he'll probably practice two out of three (days)."
Britt missed three straight training-camp practices before hitting the field Thursday and had also missed a handful of intermittent practices prior to that streak. He's expected to play for the Titans on Saturday against the Cincinnati Bengals.
Britt had 45 receptions for 589 yards and four touchdowns last season. He appeared in 14 games, bouncing back from an ACL tear in his right knee during Week 3 of the 2011 season. The injuries nagging him throughout 2012 and into this season, however, are in his left leg.
Missing occasional practices for precautionary reasons haven't bothered Britt much, however, according to the wide receiver.
"If it was back in my first two years, it would definitely take some toll developmentally and probably hurt me a little bit more," Britt said. "But I'm going into my fifth year, so taking a day or two off doesn't really bother me as much. I'm watching more film now, watching more of the guys out there and taking a lot of mental reps, so it really doesn't bother me."
Britt had one reception for three yards in Tennessee's preseason opener Aug. 8 against the Washington Redskins.