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It's a good chance the Tennessee Titans would be even more frustrated by their offensive struggles if they were winless.
Still, things are bad enough with Titans 1-1 going into their home opener.
Receiver Kenny Britt sounded off on Twitter, saying this looks like his final season in Tennessee. He said Wednesday that he was just frustrated about the explanation the Titans gave for benching him briefly. Britt insists he wants to win, do his part and be with the Titans after this season.
The Titans need Britt, and all the other receivers on their roster.
Tennessee has thrown fewer passes than any team in the NFL through the first two games. The offense looks more like a throwback to the ground and pound days of the NFL than a unit suited for today's more pass-happy league.
The team's early reliance on the ground game was to allow Jake Locker to grow into his role as a starting quarterback with the Titans opening the season against two of the NFL's stingier defenses...
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NASHVILLE, Tenn. On Sunday, Titans wide receiver Kenny Britt caught only two passes and was curiously missing during a stretch of offensive plays during the loss at Houston.
On Monday, Titans coach Mike Munchak confirmed he sidelined Britt for a short time in an attempt to "refocus" the receiver in the second half, after his second holding penalty in as many weeks negated...
Titans wide receiver Kenny Britt lashed out on Twitter today after getting benched this past Sunday against the Texans.
With all of Britt’s off the field problems and the fact that he can’t stay healthy. He was done in Tennessee last season.
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Following WR Kenny Britt's benching in Sunday's Titans vs Texans game, tensions are high in Tennessee.
"That's two weeks in a row he's had a holding call, so it was more to refocus him," Head Coach Mike Munchak said of the benching. "It cost us a 10-yard penalty on a 10-yard gain, and we can't have that."
Titans WR Kenny Britt tweets that it’s looking like this will be his final season with the Titans.
According to Britt, the Titan are “pullin that Jared Cook card,” which appears to be an indication that Tennessee is unwilling to negotiate a long-term deal during the season.
Last year, the Titans were reluctant franchise Cook given that they could end up being on the hook for ...
Kenny Britt is big enough strong enough and fast enough to make a big impact for the Titans every week.
Through two games however the wide receiver has been mostly invisible. He was benched for a stretch of the 30-24 overtime loss to the Texans on Sunday because coaches were tired of his mistakes and his lackadaisical approach to blocking.
If the Titans are going to be potent on...
Kenny Britt stood his ground on Wednesday.
The Titans wide receiver defended his latest social-media comment and his effort as a player. He bristled at the suggestion he’s selfish. He said he’d love to play for the Titans next year.
At this early stage of the season there’s little reason to believe the Titans would want him back however. So for now the team and the fifth...
Kenny Britt may be giving the thumbs up to unrestricted free agency. (AP Photo)
A year ago, tight end Jared Cook decided to leave the Titans in order to test unrestricted free agency when the team wouldn’t pay him the money he desired. He rejected the tight end-position franchise tag and ended up signing a 5-year, $35.1 million deal with the Rams. Now, it appears that Kenny Britt...
Two years ago, Kenny Britt looked like he was well on his way to being the Titans’ No. 1 receiver for years to come, but an ACL tear in Week 3 of the 2011 season cut that breakout campaign way short. Now, as Week 3 approaches this season it appears his future with the franchise has drastically changed.
Britt was benched at the end of the Titans’ 30-24 overtime loss in Houston...
Tennessee Titans safety Bernard Pollard tweeted Wednesday that the NFL has fined him $42,000 for his hit on Houston Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson last Sunday that resulted in a concussion for the wideout. So