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Titans WR Kenny Britt confirmed that he expects to be on the field for the season-opener in 11 weeks.  “I want to get my work in and make sure my knee is right and make sure I am doing the right thing to get my knee right,” he said. “Do I think I am going to be ready (for the season opener)? I am confident I’ll be ready."  Britt has resumed running and cutting after a 2nd offseason knee surgery.  HC Mike Munchak is hoping Britt can take part in individual drills when camp opens and then increase his participation later on.  We'll continue to track his progress throughout the summer.

12:56pm EDT 6/15/12

Titans WR Kenny Britt has resumed cutting -- a little less than 1 month after his 2nd knee surgery of the offseason.  “And I did it without the brace, too," Britt said. "On my first one I was a little hesitant, but it felt good and after that, it was all out.”  Britt seems to be ahead of schedule this time around.  We're not expecting him to do much in training camp or the preseason, but he should be out there for Week 1. 

Titans WR Kenny Britt resumed straight-line running last week and didn't experience any swelling.  He pushed a 140-pound blocking sled for 150 yards today and will graduate to running stadium steps later this week.  “It’s doing great — feeling good, moving good,” Britt said. “There’s been no swelling, which is the one thing I thought it was going to do. It didn’t swell up over the weekend, so the boat’s rowing.”  If all goes according to plan, Britt is expected to resume cutting drills next week.  His recovery from last September's torn ACL -- and the 2 proceeding surgeries -- will be one of the most important fantasy storylines of the summer.  Of course, we'll stay on top of it.

Titans WR Kenny Britt is expected to resume running and cutting on Thursday -- about 3 weeks after undergoing a 2nd surgery on his knee.  This latest procedure was minor but should still be considered a setback in his recovery from last September's torn ACL.  Britt is expected to be eased through training camp and preseason action, although the team remains confident that he'll be ready for Week 1.  We'll continue to track his progress over the next few months.

Titans WR Kenny Britt is still expected to be ready for the season-opener after undergoing a knee scope on Wednesday.  “I don’t know if he’s going to be ready the first day of training camp or not,” GM Ruston Webster admitted. “We’ll just have to wait and see. I do think he’ll be ready for the season, and if you remember, we went through this last year where he didn’t play preseason games or played the last preseason game and was ready to go."  Britt missed most of training camp last year and played only a few exhibition snaps.  But he exploded for 271 yards and 3 scores in the first 2 weeks of the regular season.  We're not as concerned about the missed camp time as we are about the ability of Britt's knee to make it through the entire year.

Titans WR Kenny Britt is undergoing a 2nd knee surgery today after tearing his ACL and MCL last September.  The first procedure took place in October.  This one is being described as "minor" and "arthroscopic" in nature.  It's still an obvious concern though.  Britt is expected to be sidelined for the next week or two, and the team now only "hopes" that he'll be ready for the season-opener.  We'll continue to track Britt's progress over the next few months, but he's shaping up as an extremely risky fantasy selection this summer.

Titans HC Mike Munchak revealed that WR Kenny Britt (knee) might need a 2nd surgery before the start of the season.  Britt had a torn ACL and MCL repaired last October.  “I think it always is (possible),” Munchak said. “I don't know if he will at some point, but I think that's something that's common with that injury.  We don't look at as a big deal. You have to look at it as why it's happening, but it's something that with guys who have had ACLs this is very common, something that's gone on at times. We'll see. He's been doing well, running hard, and we'll just have to see how the knee responds.”  All indications are that Britt's rehab has been going smoothly this offseason, so this news comes as a bit of a surprise.  The follow-up surgery would reportedly be a "minor, clean-up" procedure.  It's still a concern at this point of the year though.  We'll continue to keep a close eye on Britt's progress.

Titans WR Kenny Britt provided an update Wednesday on his recovery from last September's torn ACL.  “I’m out there running, mostly at full speed, cutting, running around,” Britt said. “The knee’s still swollen, but that comes with the territory and we’ve got three months before I get back on the field. Now we’re going downhill, and I am happy about that. Cutting and acceleration and things like that, they’re doing all right… Hopefully I will be back and ready to go.”  Britt has been setback-free this offseason and should be ready to go for Week 1.

Titans HC Mike Munchak says that WR Kenny Britt (ACL) will be "eased" through training camp.  While Britt has been jogging for a couple months, he's yet to begin cutting.  Still, all signs point to him being ready by the time Week 1 rolls around.  And based on last year, the missed work in camp shouldn't impact his production.  A bum hammy prevented Britt from doing much last August, but he went out and posted 271 yards and 3 TDs in his first 2 games.

Titans WR Kenny Britt (knee) guarantees that he'll be ready for the team's season-opener on September 9th.  "I don’t care how hard they have to push me, or how hard I have to push myself, I will be back for that first game," Britt said.  "You can count on that.”  He tore his ACL and MCL last September 25th, so he'll be almost a year removed by the time Week 1 rolls around.  Britt has been planting and cutting on the knee and started running without a brace last week.  “I guarantee I will be back and better than I’ve ever been before,” he said. “With all the work I have been putting in, I will be 110 percent better than before. This has not been a setback if you ask me. The way I see it, it has been a head start for 2012.”  Britt will be a big-time risk/reward pick in fantasy drafts this summer.

Titans WR Kenny Britt confirmed that he's ahead of schedule in his rehab from last September's torn ACL.  Doctors have told him that he'll be ready for training camp, and Britt is even hoping to get some work in during OTAs.  "Right now I'm doing everything except for cutting," he said.  "I'm jogging around, running on the treadmill.  Tomorrow I'll get to go on the field, see how that goes for me."  Britt added that he's right at his playing weight, which is important for a guy who's had work ethic issues.  We've heard nothing but positive news on Britt's rehab.  Barring some sort of setback, he'll certainly be worth gambling on in 2012 fantasy drafts.  Britt racked up 171 yards and 3 TDs in his 2 full games last year.

Titans HC Mike Munchak says WR Kenny Britt has been working out at the team facility and is ahead of schedule in his rehab from a torn ACL.  This is the 2nd positive report we've gotten on Britt's progress over the past month.  He suffered the injury way back in September, so Britt should be ready to roll for training camp this summer.  He's been extremely injury-prone in his first 3 NFL seasons but has also flashed elite ability when healthy.  We'll continue to track his rehab this offseason.

Titans beat writer Jim Wyatt says that WR Kenny Britt is ahead of schedule in his recovery from a torn ACL.  "I saw him in locker room on Wednesday and he was bouncing around, and in good mood," Wyatt writes.  Britt suffered the injury back in late September, which should give him plenty of time to get ready for training camp.  Like this past summer, Britt will be one of the biggest risk/reward picks in 2012 fantasy drafts.

11:04am EDT 10/12/11

Titans WR Kenny Britt underwent surgery last week to repair his torn ACL.  He's planning on doing all of his rehab at the team's facility.  “He had an operation and he’s walking around like it’s nothing," OC Chris Palmer said. "He’s just a freak of nature."  Sounds like the recovery process is off to a good start.  If Britt can avoid any setbacks, he has an excellent chance to be back in Tennessee's staritng lineup come Week 1 next year.  He's certainly worth stashing in keeper and dynasty leagues.

Titans beat writer Jim Wyatt reports that tests have confirmed that WR Kenny Britt has a torn ACL.  He'll undergo surgery and is done for the season.  It's a major loss for fantasy owners, as Britt seemed primed for a top-10 finish.  He'll return in 2012 as a major injury risk.  Meanwhile, Nate Washington takes over as Tennessee's #1 WR.  He's off to a hot start and will see even more targets now.  But it remains to be seen how he'll fare against opposing #1 CBs.  WRs Damian Williams and Lavelle Hawkins will battle for the #2 spot.  Our money is on Williams, but he's only an option in deep fantasy leagues.  The biggest winner here may be ultra-talented TE Jared Cook.  He's played a minimal role in the passing game early on, but Britt's loss should force the Titans to get him more involved.

Update: Britt also has a torn MCL.  That shouldn't impact his status for 2012 though.

The Titans believe that WR Kenny Britt has a torn ACL and MCL.  If that's the case, he'd obviously be done for the year.  He'll undergo an MRI on Monday to confirm.  Don't drop Britt yet, but it's not looking good.  If he's out, WR Nate Washington would be the biggest beneficiary.  WRs Damian Williams and Lavelle Hawkins would also be worth looks in deeper formats.

2:04pm EDT 9/25/11

Titans WR Kenny Britt went down with a knee injury in the 2nd quarter of Sunday's game against the Broncos.  He was grasping at the knee in obvious pain and was carted back into the locker room.  We'll update his status when we learn more, but prepare for the worst.

11:52am EDT 9/25/11

As expected, Titans WR Kenny Britt (hamstring) is active for today's game against the Broncos.  After leaving Wednesday's practice with hamstring tightness, he put in full workouts on both Thursday and Friday.  Britt is good to go and is a must-start against a Denver secondary missing top CB Champ Bailey.

Titans WR Kenny Britt put in another full practice on Friday and confirmed that his hamstring is "feeling better."  He's listed as probable and will play against a Broncos team expected to be without top CB Champ Bailey.  Britt is a must-start.

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