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According to Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean, Titans wide receiver Kenny Britt didn’t have any knee issues this offseason.
The Titans planned to be patient with wide receiver Kenny Britt throughout the offseason, leery of overworking his surgically repaired knees. But the fifth-year pro did more than expected and had no knee issues. If he can stay on track — and out of trouble — the next few weeks he should be poised for a big 2013.
Britt needs to have a big year and prove that he can stay healthy and produce at a high level. Even if the Titans don’t re-sign him after this season, he needs to show other teams that he deserves to get paid next offseason.
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