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After leaving Wednesday's practice with a hamstring tweak, Titans WR Kenny Britt put in a full practice on Thursday.  HC Mike Munchak confirmed that Britt is a full-go for Sunday's game against the Broncos.  Get him in your lineup.

Titans WR Kenny Britt was forced to leave practice early on Wednesday after his hamstring tightened up.  Britt didn't sound concerned afterwards, and neither did HC Mike Munchak.  "There is general concern, but not to where we’re concerned he’s not going to be able to play by any means," Munchak said.  Britt has had lingering hamstring problems over the past couple years, so it's definitely something to monitor.  We'll update his status again on Thursday, but for now, count on him playing against the Broncos on Sunday.

Titans HC Mike Munchak confirmed that WR Kenny Britt will be a full-go for Week 1.  He missed most of training camp with a hamstring injury, but it sounds like he's back to 100% now.  And with a tasty matchup against the Jaguars, he'll be a recommended WR2 play.

8:09pm EDT 8/29/11

Titans WR Kenny Britt (hamstring) put in a full practice Monday.  “I say I’m 90-95 percent now,” he said afterwards. “But I’m definitely feeling better.”  Britt is expected to play in the team's preseason finale on Thursday and, barring a setback, will be good to go for Week 1.  It wouldn't be surprising to see him get off to a slow start, but his upside over the course of the entire season is still huge.

Titans HC Mike Munchak admitted that WR Kenny Britt's snap count may be limited in the regular season opener.  He's missed a bunch of time this month with hamstring and quadriceps injuries, and hasn't seen any preseason action yet.  The team is hoping he'll be able to play in the exhibition finale.  “We can't assume he can go out there on the field and play every snap in Jacksonville," Munchak said.  "But we'll have him out on the field as much as we feel he can help us and be effective."  Between an injury-plagued August, and the fact that he's working with a new QB in Matt Hasselbeck, Britt should only be considered a WR3 to open the year.  We still like him as a high-end WR2 over the course of the season though.

The NFL has decided not to suspend Titans WR Kenny Britt for his off-field shenanigans this offseason.  It seems like the lockout saved him here.  In a normal offseason, he likely would have been suspended 2+ games after being arrested 3 separate times.  But now, the only thing standing between Britt and a big-time season is durability.  He missed 4 games last year and has already been dealing with a bum hammy this month.  Still, we're willing to gamble on Britt.  He has top-10 upside if he plays all 16 games.

Titans WR Kenny Britt will meet with Commissioner Roger Goodell this week to discuss discipline for his numerous run-ins with the law during the lockout.  ESPN's Adam Schefter seems to think Britt will be suspended, but we'll find out for sure within the next few days.

NFL league spokesman Greg Aiello says that a decision regarding discipline for Titans WR Kenny Britt is "pending."  Britt was arrested 3 times this offseason, bringing his total arrests to 6 since he was drafted in 2009.  Beat writer Jim Wyatt recently passed along word that Britt isn't expected to be suspended, but it sounds like we'll find out for sure soon.

Titans WR Kenny Britt (hamstring) announced he’ll sit out his team’s 2nd preseason game. “I don't want to go out there and set myself back,” Britt said. “I am feeling more confident each day, but we're just taking it step by step.” There’s no need for Tennessee to rush their stud WR, as he remains on track for play in the all-important Week 3 preseason game.

Titans beat writer Jim Wyatt hears that WR Kenny Britt is unlikely to be suspended by the league for his multiple run-ins with the law this offseason. If Commissioner Goodell was going to slap him with a suspension, we likely would have heard about it already. Just another reason to love Britt as a high-upside WR2 that you can grab in the 6th or 7th-round of your draft.

Titans WR Kenny Britt (hamstring) took part in team drills on Monday for the 1st time since training camp opened.  Beat writers on hand thought that he looked 100% healthy.  Britt didn't feel that way though.  “I am still holding back. I know that it is not 100 percent even though I am running,” he said. “Getting in and out of my breaks and when I am running I still feel it, and in the back of my mind I can’t just go out there and run full speed and set myself back and then be out for three more weeks. That would be bad.”  Durability remains a concern for Britt.  We're just hoping he doesn't start to play hesitantly in order to avoid injury.  We'd like to see him get on the field for Tennessee's 2nd preseason game this Saturday.  The team still hasn't decided if he'll suit up.

Titans WR Kenny Britt got on the field on Monday for the first time since camp opened over a week ago.  He's been sitting out with a sore hamstring.  This particular injury isn't a concern, but Britt's durability is.  He missed 4 games and parts of others last year with hamstring and groin injuries.  He's a classic risk vs. reward pick in fantasy drafts this year.  At his current 8.01 ADP, we'd roll the dice.

Titans WR Kenny Britt has missed the past 2 days of camp with a hamstring injury.  It doesn't sound serious, but it's still concerning considering he missed 4 games last season with a hammy problem.  Britt was reportedly planning on dedicating himself to his training program this offseason, but he spent too much time in legal trouble to make that happen.  He remains one of the biggest boom-or-bust prospects in fantasy football this year.

Titans WR Kenny Britt has pleaded not guilty to 3 disorderly persons charges.  These were in conjunction with the June incident in New Jersey when Britt reportedly resisted arrest after police believed they caught him smoking pot.  His trial date has been set for September 20th.  Commissioner Roger Goodell may not wait that long to suspend Britt for a game or two.

ESPN’s John Clayton believes Titans WR Kenny Britt is looking at a 1 or 2-game suspension from the NFL. Tough to argue with that. Britt has been arrested a whopping 6 times since being drafted back in 2009. None of the incidents have been serious, but he’s definitely in need of a wakeup call. That being said, we still love this guy’s fantasy upside in 2011. And a short suspension could help you get him at a bargain on draft day.

Just a couple weeks after having felony charges reduced to disorderly conduct charges, Titans WR Kenny Britt seems to have slithered his way out of serious trouble again.  At a hearing for last week's run-in with the police, a judge reduced charges of resisting arrest, tampering with evidence, and obstruction to mere disorderly persons offenses.  Britt will once again escape without any jail time, although it remains to be seen if Commissioner Goodell will be so lenient. 

The Nashville Tennessean is reporting that Titans WR Kenny Britt is wanted by Tennessee Police in connection with 2 outstanding warrants.  Britt allegedly made false statements on a driver's license application on at least one occasion.  The charge is a misdemeanor, and Britt is expected to turn himself in.  That'll probably be after he appears in court in New Jersey on Thursday for tampering with evidence, obstructing a government function, and resisting arrest charges. 

Just a day after getting off easy with a mere careless driving charge, Titans WR Kenny Britt was arrested yet again. This time, he’s being charged with 2 counts of resisting arrest. Narcotics officers reportedly tried to detain Britt on Wednesday night, but he pushed away. 1 of the charges is just a disorderly persons count, but the other is a 3rd-degree crime punishable by 3-5 years in prison. We wouldn’t be surprised to see Britt wiggle out of this once again, but it’s tough to believe that an NFL suspension isn’t forthcoming. This is the 4th time Britt has been in the legal headlines in the past 18 months.  We love this guy's talent and upside, but it's getting tougher and tougher to feel comfortable investing a high draft pick in him this summer.

Update: Beat writer Jim Wyatt reports that Britt was originally arrested for possession of marijuana.  Britt allegedly attempted to crush a cigar full of pot when the police arrived.  In addition to the resisting arrest charges, he's also been charged with tampering with evidence and obstructing government function.

10:05am EDT 6/8/11

Titans WR Kenny Britt pleaded guilty to a careless driving charge and was fined $478.  He won't face any additional charges after leading police on a high-speed chase back in April.  From a legal standpoint, Britt is getting off incredibly easy here.  A suspension from the league could still be forthcoming, but we'd bet against it considering he was only slapped with a minor traffic violation.  Britt continues to slither his way out of trouble.

Titans WR Kenny Britt has had a felony charge reduced to a disorderly persons charge in connection with a high-speed car chase back in April.  Britt is now unlikely to face jail time.  An NFL suspension is still a possibility though.  We'll need to wait until the lockout is over to learn Britt's fate.

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