Kenny Britt | WR | Tennessee Titans
Posted: 10/29/2013 10:12am et
The Tennessee Titans are shopping WR Kenny Britt and aren't asking for a lot in return. No other team appears to want to deal for him.
Huddle Up: Shocking, really, that no other team wants to give up anything for an oft-injured, unproductive wide receiver with tons of off-field baggage who will be a free agent at the end of the season.
Posted: 10/14/2013 3:49pm et
Tennessee Titans head coach Mike Munchak said the team is still trying to figure out WR Kenny Britt's role in the offense. Britt was on the field for only two snaps during the team's Week 6 game, and Munchak said Britt needs to make plays to get more playing time.
Huddle Up: He did make a catch on one of those snaps, but things aren't looking good for Britt or his fantasy value as long as he's in Tennessee. Your best bet is to hold onto him and see if he gets traded in the next two weeks.
Posted: 10/14/2013 11:50am et
Tennessee Titans WR Kenny Britt played only two snaps in Week 6. The team is believed to be shopping him and are hoping to get a third-round pick for him.
Huddle Up: Tough to see any team spending a third-round pick on an oft-injured, frequently troubled free agent-to-be. But the Titans can hope. And Britt can hope for a fresh start somewhere else, as when healthy (and not bogged down in off-field issues) he can be a productive NFL wideout.
Posted: 10/7/2013 10:50am et
Tennessee Titans offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains said the team will reassess WR Kenny Britt's role after he had just one catch in Week 5. They threw to him six times on the day.
Huddle Up: Don't be surprised if Britt is reassessed right out of Tennessee. He's a free agent after the season, and the Titans have Justin Hunter and Kendall Wright as emerging talents--not to mention all of Britt's injury and off-the-field history. If he's not producing, and not even a factor in the offense, his roster spot can be put to better use.
Posted: 10/4/2013 10:40pm et
Tennessee Titans general manager Ruston Webster acknowledged Friday, Oct. 4, that the team has fielded 'a call or two' from teams interested in trading for WR Kenny Britt. However, he added there have been no major discussions. 'We're not making calls,' Webster added.
Huddle Up: Britt no longer has fantasy value in Tennessee. The only way for Britt's fantasy fortunes to change in 2013 is for him to get traded to another team.
Posted: 9/26/2013 10:59am et
Tennessee Titans WR Kenny Britt revealed he suffered a fractured rib in Week 3. He expects to practice Thursday, Sept. 26, and play in Week 4.
Huddle Up: See how Britt is playing through pain? Who wouldn't want to pony up a big deal for him this offseason?
Posted: 9/24/2013 2:40pm et
The Detroit Lions could look to trade for Tennessee Titans WR Kenny Britt or Cleveland Browns WRs Josh Gordon or Greg Little after WR Nate Burleson (arm) suffered a broken arm in a car crash.
Huddle Up: Gordon, whose 2013 debut netted 10 receptions for 149 yards and a TD on 19 targets Sunday, would be the clear prize here, but the Browns need to keep some talent around, don't they? Britt, meanwhile, would figure to be available given his rocky Tenn. tenure and the Titans' otherwise deep WR corps but the Lions likely want to steer clear of troubled wideouts having already travelled the route with Titus Young.
Posted: 9/22/2013 7:28pm et
Tennessee Titans WR Kenny Britt was targeted five times in Week 3 against the San Diego Chargers, but he did not record any receptions.
Huddle Up: He did get injured during the game, but it was a brutal day for Britt, who was outplayed by his fellow receivers.
Posted: 9/17/2013 10:34am et
Tennessee Titans WR Kenny Britt was benched in Week 2 for mistakes and lackadaisical blocking. He has two more catches than penalties this season. 'That's two weeks in a row he's had a holding call, so it was more to refocus him,' head coach Mike Munchak said.
Huddle Up: You'd think being in a contract year would be more than enough to refocus Britt, but he has yet to step up this season. Between his lackadaisical effort, competition for looks in the Tennessee passing game, and Jake Locker's inconsistency it will be tough for Britt to mount any sort of salary push.
Posted: 9/16/2013 2:32pm et
Tennessee Titans WR Kenny Britt hopes to get more involved in the offense moving forward. Britt said it is up the quarterback and the offensive coordinator to get him the ball more.
Huddle Up: He gets a tasty matchup this week, and he was targeted plenty last week. It's only a matter of time.
Posted: 8/27/2013 4:26pm et
Tennessee Titans WR Kenny Britt (knee) will not play in the team's final preseason game, according to head coach Mike Munchek.
Huddle Up: Britt, who has been dealing with knee swelling, played in the Titans' first 3 exhibition contests and still has the highest ADP (95.16) among the team's WRs.
Posted: 8/13/2013 10:10am et
Tennessee Titans WR Kenny Britt sat out for the second straight day Monday, Aug. 12. He has had swelling and soreness in his right knee, but he is expected to play in the preseason game this weekend.
Huddle Up: It had been a banner offseason for Britt: he was healthy, and he hadn't had any brushes with the law. Now his knee is acting up; can an arrest be far behind? Britt is playing for a contract this year, so it would behoove him to get healthy and back on the field as soon as possible.
Posted: 8/12/2013 10:14am et
Tennessee Titans WR Kenny Britt missed practice Sunday, Aug. 11, due to a sore knee.
Huddle Up: Britt was healthy and trouble-free in the offseason, so we won't hit the panic button about knee issues resurfacing. As a free agent following the season, Britt has extra motivation to stay on the field--and produce when he's there.
Posted: 6/22/2013 11:40am et
Tennessee Titans WR Kenny Britt used a different approach to organized team activities (OTAs) this season. In the past, he viewed OTAs and training camp as opportunities to get in shape, rather than maintaining his fitness away from the team's facilities. This season, he is taking a different approach. "It was in my mind as a young player that I could get in shape (when I got here), instead of being in shape at the start of training camp. I thought I could take this (time) off, and get back into shape in camp," Britt said. "That is not something I want to do any more. I want to be in shape at the start of camp and be ready to go. I don't want to fall behind everybody."
Huddle Up: Funny how Britt's epiphany comes as he enters the final year of his contract. But hey, a motivated and in-shape Britt is something fantasy owners should be happy to capitalize on.
Posted: 6/3/2013 1:59pm et
Tennessee Titans WR Kenny Britt, who is entering the final season of his five-year contract, appeared to run routes during organized team activities (OTAs) without any signs of struggle. WR Kendall Wright feels Britt is healthy and ready to go. "Kenny is healthy and he's doing good. He looks way different," Wright said. "He took his offseason serious and went and got his knees right."
Huddle Up: You'd like to think the motivation of a big payday would be enough to keep Britt away from the off-field issues that have sidetracked his career; whether that motivation also keeps him healthy, however, is another story entirely. There's plenty of upside to Britt's game, so if you like to play the "contract year" card he's an excellent candidate this year.
Posted: 5/24/2013 10:36pm et
Tennessee Titans WR Kenny Britt has gotten serious this offseason, training in California, and showing up for the start of the offseason program in good shape, impressive coaches and teammates. Britt had multiple knee surgeries last offseason, but he has not had any operations this season, and that could be a springboard to big season.
Huddle Up: A healthy Britt is certainly a big part of the equation; now he needs to stay out of trouble off the field, and he needs Jake Locker to play like a first-round draft pick. If you think lightning can strike three times in the same place, then Britt is the kind of high upside fantasy player you'll want to take a chance on.
Posted: 3/20/2013 10:47am et
Tennessee Titans WR Kenny Britt was found not guilty in a driving under the influence case that stemmed from a 2012 arrest.
Huddle Up: The league may still have a sit-down with Britt, who is all too familiar with the commissioner's office given his litany of off-field transgressions. But absent any sort of legal sanction Britt will likely dodge serious league repercussions as well.
Posted: 2/16/2013 10:19pm et
A New Jersey police spokesman said that police still think Tennessee Titans WR Kenny Britt can provide them with information about a stabbing and shooting that took place last month, and Britt is still declining to do so. "Mr. Britt has ignored our request for a meeting to discuss additional questions the JCPD has pertaining to the investigation," police captain Edgar Martinez said. Britt's attorney, Robert Lane, has said that police told him Britt was not a suspect in the stabbing or shooting and that there was no chance of Britt being arrested.
Huddle Up: You'd think that given all his experience dealing with the law that Britt would be more cooperative. Now it looks like this will drag on for a while without resolution. You can probably find a book in Vegas that is laying odds as to what happens first: this case being resolved, Britt getting injured, or Britt running afoul of the law himself. It's a long offseason, smart money has to be on Britt getting arrested.
Posted: 2/7/2013 9:42pm et
Tennessee Titans general manager Ruston Webster said he expects more from WR Kenny Britt in 2013, both on and off the field. As Britt enters the final year of his contract, Webster made it clear that he is on the spot to produce more.
Huddle Up: Britt's 45-589-4 season of a year ago didn't cut it, and neither will any more off-field issues. Britt simply has shown much more potential in previous seasons -- and the Titans are going to hold the wideout to those standards before thinking about any kind of contract extension.
Posted: 1/27/2013 11:39pm et
Tennessee Titans WR Kenny Britt could be entering the final year with the team because the Titans may not be willing to sign him to a long-term contract due to several questionable off-field incidents during his career.
Huddle Up: Due to injuries and off-field issues that have sidetracked the talented wideout, Britt never has had more than 45 catches or 775 yards in a season and barring a big 2013, it certainly sound to reason he could be playing for a new team in 2014.
Posted: 1/14/2013 3:15pm et
The brother of Tennessee Titans WR Kenny Britt was stabbed early Sunday, Jan. 13, during an altercation in New Jersey, and police want to question the receiver. Britt dropped off his wounded brother at the hospital, but was uncooperative with officers when asked what happened, police said. Britt was at the scene or had just left the scene when a gunshot was fired at an apartment building, according to police.
Huddle Up: Trouble seems to follow Britt, which makes him difficult to invest in him as a reliable fantasy producer. Depending on his involvement with this incident, it could also earn him a visit to Roger Goodell's offense and another suspension.
Posted: 12/15/2012 4:58pm et
Tennessee Titans WR Kenny Britt (knee) fully participated in practice Saturday, Dec. 15, and is listed as probable for Week 15.
Huddle Up: Britt is the Titans' WR you want as he has recorded 13 catches for 208 yards and 2 scores over his past 3 games.