Kenny Britt, Titans could part ways after 2013 season

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Kenny Britt has hinted that this could be his final season with the Titans.

Tennessee Titans wide receiver Kenny Britt could be entering his last season in Nashville. The disgruntled receiver tweeted this out after another rough game on Sunday:

Britt is entering the final year of his rookie contract, but the team has made no indications that they plan on bringing him back. He struggled in Sunday's loss to the Houston Texansbriefly being benched for mistakes and lazy blocking. Through two games, he has just five catches for 43 yards.

Britt has been a disappointment since being drafted in the first round in 2009. His 2011 season was wiped out by multiple knee surgeries and he's had several off-field incidents that led to a one-game suspension in 2012. Britt finished with just 45 catches for 589 yards and four touchdowns last season.

The Titans let tight end Jared Cook walk last offseason after hitting free agency. He went on to sign a five-year deal worth $35.1 million with the St. Louis Rams. Britt is unlikely to see a contract that big, particularly if he has another inconsistent season.

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