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Titans WR Kenny Britt sprained his ankle late in Sunday's game against the Lions.  It sounds minor though.  Britt was walking around without a boot aftewards and didn't express any concern about his Week 4 status.  Britt played 37 snaps on Sunday, finishing with 6 catches for 55 yards.  He looked pretty close to 100% to us.  A breakout game is coming soon.

Titans HC Mike Munchak says WR Kenny Britt will not be on a snap count against the Lions this weekend, but his route tree will be limited.  “We’re conscious of certain routes that would put a stress on that leg,” OC Chris Palmer explained. “And we try to keep them to a minimum, and to continue to build and give him routes that he’s comfortable with.”  An increased snap count is good news, but a still-limited Britt remains a boom-or-bust WR3 in fantasy.

Titans WR Kenny Britt was on the field for just 19 snaps in his 2012 debut last week.  He finished with 1 catch for 5 yards.  HC Mike Munchak confirmed that, barring a setback with his knees, Britt will see more action going forward.  “Kenny got through pretty well for playing about 19 plays, which is what we talked about him doing, so that worked out decent there," Munchak said. “It’s just a matter of – I’m sure he’s sore – (but) having another good week of practice, so he can start running more routes and doing different things that maybe he couldn’t do this weekend. So hopefully he’ll continue to add to that number as we go.”  Britt will be a risky fantasy option until we see him start producing.  But he does have the ability to make a big play whenever he's on the field.

Titans WR Kenny Britt managed just 1 catch for 5 yards in his 2012 debut against the Chargers on Sunday.  He saw only 2 targets and was on the field for just a handful of snaps.  But Britt confirmed afterwards that he made it through the game without a setback with those troublesome knees.  “It was exciting to be out there on the plays,” he said. “It felt good out there. I was happy not to have any setbacks.”  Britt's role will obviously grow as he gets healthier and works his way into game shape.  A struggling Tennessee offense desperately needs his big-play ability.

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As expected, Titans WR Kenny Britt (knees) is active for today's game against the Chargers.  He'll be on a snap count -- 15 to 25 snaps is what we've heard all week -- but still has WR3 upside.  Consider him a boom-or-bust fantasy option.

Titans WR Kenny Britt (knees) is listed as questionable but is fully expected to play against the Chargers this Sunday.  He put in a limited week of practices.  HC Mike Munchak made it clear that they'll be cautious with Britt -- both because of the offseason knee surgeries and his previous problems with his hamstrings and quads.  He's expected to play 15-25 snaps, although we'd bet on the higher end of that range with WR Nate Washington banged-up.  Britt is a boom-or-bust WR3 option for Week 2.

Titans WR Kenny Britt (knees) put in a limited practice on Wednesday.  HC Mike Munchak said he "did well."  Britt is on track to play a limited role against the Chargers on Sunday -- something between 15 and 25 snaps.  It makes him a risk/reward WR3 in fantasy.

Pro Football Talk hears that Titans WR Kenny Britt will be available for 20-25 snaps in Week 2.  He was out on suspension this Sunday, but it sounds his knees are at least healthy enough to play a limited role in a week.  20-25 snaps would be about one-third of the game.  The limited reps would obviously make Britt a risky fantasy play, and we'd probably give him at least a week before throwing him into fantasy lineups. But his freakish talent and big-play ability give Britt upside whenever he steps on the field.

Titans HC Mike Munchak confirmed that rookie WR Kendall Wright will start in place of the suspended Kenny Britt against the Patriots on Sunday.  Wright seemed to have nice chemistry with QB Jake Locker this preseason.  And he also looked plenty explosive, finishing with 116 yards and a score on 9 catches.  We like him as an upside WR3 this week.  Even beyond that, he should continue to see plenty of action.  Tennessee will likely limit Britt's reps early on.  And they're expected to run plenty of 3-WR sets anyways.  Wright has top-30 upside in 2012.

Titans insider Jim Wyatt reports that WR Kenny Britt has been suspended 1 game by the NFL. It's a mild punishment for a guy who has been involved in 8 off-field incidents since being drafted in 2009. We were expecting a 3 or 4-game ban.  Britt, who is still recovering from 3 knee surgeries over the past year, wasn't expected to play a major role in Week 1 anyways, so the suspension hardly impacts his fantasy stock. We'd expect him to be limited for his first few games back, but he could be a full-go by October. If he can stay healthy, the guy possesses top-10 upside. He continues to climb our rankings.

 Titans WR Kenny Britt has been activated from the PUP list. His knees are finally healthy enough to practice after 3 surgeries. We’ll have to see how he holds up, but the team reportedly expects Britt to be available for limited duty in the season-opener. Of course, we’re still waiting to hear from the league on discipline for Britt’s latest arrest. It sounds like we should find out his fate by Friday. We’re expecting a 2-4 game suspension. After that, though, Britt could be ready to roll. If he’s healthy, this guy possesses top-10 upside. He’s worth gambling on if you can get him in the 8th round or later.

The Titans are hoping to activate WR Kenny Britt (knees) from the PUP list at some point this week.  “We think he does have that possibility,” HC Mike Munchak said. “This week we are pushing him hard and doing a lot of different things to see how he responds.”  The team believes Britt could get on the field for 12-15 snaps in the season-opener.  That's barring a league suspension, of course.  We're still waiting for Commissioner Goodell to hand down punishment for Britt's latest run-in with the law.  From a health standpoint, though, he's trending up.  “I feel way closer than last week, and pretty close to myself,” Britt said on Sunday. “Both knees feel good. I’m not 100 percent yet, but I am getting there. I am still hoping Week 1 I’ll be back.”  We're willing to gamble on Britt's upside if he drops to the 9th or 10th round of 12-team drafts.

According to Pro Football Talk, it's possible that Titans WR Kenny Britt avoids a suspension all together.  PFT points out that Britt has actually been arrested for DUI only once.  First-time offenders usually aren't suspended under the league's substance abuse policy.  On top of that, Britt's DUI case has yet to be resolved.  The NFL may be waiting on that before handing down punishment.  League spokesman Greg Aiello says that the situation is “under review.”  We're still expecting Britt to receive a 2-4 game ban, but it's not guaranteed.  Getting healthier too, Britt is trending up again.  He's worth gambling on in the 8th or 9th round of 12-team drafts.

Titans HC Mike Munchak thinks WR Kenny Britt (knees) has a shot to play in the preseason final.  Munchak also confirmed that he's hoping to activate Britt from the PUP list before Week 1.  By all accounts, Britt is progressing well from a health standpoint after 3 offseason knee surgeries.  We're still waiting to hear from Commissioner Goodell on league discipline after Britt's latest arrest.  We'd set the over/under at a 4-game suspension.  After that, though, Britt could return as a high-upside fantasy option -- health pending.  We've seen him drop into the 11th or 12th round in recent drafts.  He's worth a gamble at that price.

Titans WR Kenny Britt was fined almost $10 thousand for missing a rehab session on Tuesday.  It's obviously concerning that he's not fully dedicated to his recovery from 3 offseason knee surgeries.  But the bigger issue is that Britt continues to be unreliable and immature.  He even took to instagram on Wednesday night to express his frustration with the fine.  “Yu gotta be (expletive) kidding me," Britt wrote.  This guy clearly doesn't get it.  He remains one of the riskiest picks in fantasy drafts -- albeit one with considerable upside.  We're still waiting to hear from Commissioner Goodell about Britt's punishment for his latest arrest.

Titans WR Kenny Britt's recovery from 3 offseason knee surgeries is on track, and he's expected to ramp up the rehab process in the coming days.  “He is doing good. We have him on a great program… and he has responded to it,” HC Mike Munchak said. “He is running hard and next week he’ll start doing more things and running. He is progressing as well or better than we hoped. Now it is just a matter of how quickly over the next two weeks when he starts doing more cutting and changing of direction, how he’ll respond to that.”  Britt remains on the PUP list, though, and there's no timetable for his return to practice.  On top of that, Britt is scheduled to meet with Commissioner Goodell on Monday to discuss his recent DUI.  Expect a suspension to come from that.

The Titans have placed WR Kenny Britt (knees) on the PUP list to start training camp.  No surprise here.  Britt has undergone 3 knee surgeries since last September, with the most recent coming just about a month ago.  He's in a race to be ready for the season-opener.  Of course, Britt is also looking at a lengthy suspension after his 8th run-in with the law last week.  When he's on the field, this guy is a legit WR1 in fantasy.  But with all the question marks surrounding him, Britt is ideally suited as a bench guy at this point.

Just when we thought Titans WR Kenny Britt's offseason couldn't get any worse, reports surface that he was arrested for DUI this morning at Fort Campbell Army base in Kentucky.  That'd make 8 arrests for Britt since entering the league in 2009.  If convicted, he's surely looking at a league suspension -- and probably a lengthy one.  Of course, this comes on the heels of news earlier this week that Britt underwent his 3rd knee surgery in the past 10 months.  It's becoming easier and easier to pass on Britt's upside in fantasy drafts this summer.  We'll wait to adjust his 2012 projections until we learn more about this latest arrest, but expect him to fall ever further down our rankings.

Titans WR Kenny Britt underwent arthroscopic surgery on his left knee shortly after the team's June minicamp. That's his "other" knee -- not the one he's had operated on twice since tearing his ACL and MCL last September. This latest procedure is being described as a "clean-out" after Britt experienced some discomfort and swelling. It's unclear how long he'll be sidelined. He's currently rehabbing at the Titans' facility. At this point, we wouldn't expect to see Britt at training camp or in the preseason. His status for Week 1 is iffy. He's now undergone 3 knee surgeries over the past 10 months. No bueno. A healthy Britt carries top-10 fantasy upside. But a healthy Britt doesn't seem like a good possibility this season. We just slid him down our rankings. Rookie WR Kendall Wright, who had a brilliant spring, looks like the favorite to move into Tennessee's starting lineup if Britt misses time. He just moved up our rankings. WR Nate Washington also got a slight bump.

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