Offseason Problems for Britt Surface Again

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Ensconatus, Jan 13, 2013.

  1. SawdustMan

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    Then why exactly is he actively avoiding police?
  2. Titaneers

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    noob question..... is that against the law?
  3. SawdustMan

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    "Street code" or whatever aside, the police WILL eventually speak with Kenny Britt. And he's even dumber than I thought if he doesn't realize that. "Hiding out" like this is just delaying the inevitable, and making him look guilty in the process.
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  4. SawdustMan

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    I don't believe so. But they will eventually subpoena him if he doesn't talk to them. If the police are interested in talking to you about a crime, you can't just hide from them and expect them forget about it. It's just dumb is all.

    But like I said, maybe he's involved to some extent and is going over a gameplan with his lawyer. That's about the only thing I can think of that makes any real sense at this point.
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    I just found out about all of this today. I've been rather depressed and haven't been around the board with all of the stupid firings, and not firings that have been going on lately.

    As far as Britt goes.... how stupid. What a tard. The guy is making big time dollars and living a dream that anyone who has played high school football could only dream of, and he is pissing it away. The guy has that potential to be a super star wide receiver but he is too stupid, to put the street life bullshit behind him. Its time for us to move on, trade him away. I am tired of seeing his name come up in all of this kind of crap.... the dude drove on to an Army base drunk...do you realize how many MPs are at a military base's main entrance? It's the same as trying to go through airport security holding an AK-47.

    Hes got the size, and the talent to be a big weapon for any offense, but he doesn't have the brain. Dude is like a wanna be Pacman.
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  6. The Hammer

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    Poor dookie. Ended up on heroin :(

    And poor little Randy, he found out the hard way what happens when people talk to the police

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    The whole point we are trying to make is that there are things we don't know. There are things you don't know. We cannot accurately assess this situation and neither can you. We don't know what happened or why things have played ut the way they have since. Feel free to continue acting as if you do though.
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    I hear Kenny B, Rolando McClain, and Dez Bryant are thinking of getting in the rap game

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