Kenny Britt in Trouble (again)

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  1. jessestylex

    jessestylex DeadGirlsCantSayNo

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    we def need a WR, Britt might not even play next season, i know he wont start the season, he is pretty close to being like Pacman Jones.
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  2. Johnnyrex

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    I wanna trade him because I'm willing to take a chance on going foward without him. As I expect some team out there who is desperatly looking for a game-changer receiver to take a chance on him.

    We don't all think alike, you know? A man's junk can be another man's treasure!

    That's why there is a thing called "Trade".
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  3. TorontoTitanFan

    TorontoTitanFan Pro Bowler

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    First of all, no team is trading for Britt. Stop that stupid talk right now.

    Secondly, I don't know what the Titans can do except ride this one out. The team still needs a QB way more than a WR, so I doubt Julio Jones will be the pick (and AJ Green will be long gone at 8). I think the Titans have no choice but to just play Britt after his suspension. I don't see much point in cutting Britt now unless the new regime is deaf-set on making a statement.

    It's clear the Britt can't be trusted and I expect the Titans will look for a new #1 WR in the 2012 draft.

    Let's hope that Damian Williams can step up.
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  4. GeronimoJackson

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    VY, CJ, Moss, Britt now seems like ages ago. Talk about fool's gold.
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  5. __pg

    __pg Digital Ninja

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    awesome...
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  6. PhiSlammaJamma

    PhiSlammaJamma Critical Possession

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    I'm ok with cleaning house here. History of trouble. Not yet a premier talent. We pretty much stink anyway. I like second chances, but we are beyond that, and it seems like we just need a fresh start and that may be more important.
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  8. goTitans.com

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    Kenny Britt arrest casts doubt on key Titan

    [​IMG]Mike Munchak’s phone rang sometime recently with news of Kenny Britt’s arrest.

    The Titans new coach is a no-nonsense guy, and we’ve wondered just how he would handle his first moment like this. The lockout, of course, means we still won’t know as it prohibits him from contacting Britt or being involved. I doubt Munchak slept soundly, however.

    News of Britt’s arrest is a brutal development for the Titans. The third-year receiver has consistently been listed as one of the reasons things might not be so bad for the franchise. It needs a quarterback, but when he arrives, at least he will haveChris Johnson in the backfield and Britt lined up wide. He's a dynamic play-maker that can be a big-producer.

    Such talk, however, usually came with a caveat about maturity and smarter decision-making.

    Now Jim Wyatt says Britt’s facing three charges: eluding a police officer (a third-degree felony), lying to an officer hindering apprehension and obstructing governmental function following a stop.

    Alex Marvez and Jay Glazer have a combo report and Wyatt hits it all too.

    The descriptions of the events make it sound as if Britt had several opportunities along the way to stop a chain of poor decisions, but failed to do so.

    Britt’s hard to figure. I saw him a few weeks ago at the Nashville airport while we both endured a long delay of our flight to Philadelphia. He was a doting dad to his three-month old daughter and came across as he usually does, as an affable guy with a bright smile.

    Such snapshots hardly preclude him from having an irresponsible, illogical side that tells him he can pretend a speeding car wasn’t his. But if he could put the proper foot forward, he can be an electric player with a bubbly personality who could own Nashville. Instead, he's got an off-field history pockmarked with off-field incidents and is a big topic of debate for the city.

    Once the NFL and the players reach a new agreement or are put back to work by the courts, Britt could face discipline under Roger Goodell’s personal conduct policy.

    If allowed, Munchak could make his first big statement about expected behavior as well.

    And as we mention that a new Titans quarterback will come into a decent situation because he’ll have Johnson and Britt, we’ll need to raise the volume on the Britt caveat.

    He can only be included in a list of quality elements in place if he’s got his head straight and plays smart away from NFL stadiums.
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  9. ammotroop

    ammotroop Airforce MAN

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    Ridiculas. Players just dont realize how good they have it. AJ Green - Pick 8
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  10. RollTide

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    I don't think we are going draft Jones either but this might make us more interested in a WR in rd 2. Might be some good value there.
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