On Sunday, a report came out that Kenny Britt's injured knee needed a second procedure.
And on Wednesday, Britt had that second operation as a "clean-up" procedure to alleviate swelling in the star wide receiver's right knee.
Britt underwent season-ending surgery last October to repair a torn ACL and a torn MCL from a hit suffered against the Denver Broncos.
The second surgery is not all that uncommon with major reconstructive knee surgeries, as Titans defensive end Derrick Morgan needed a second operation on his knee last year, something he did not have until the start of training camp last season.
"I think that's something that's common with that injury. Derrick went through it last year," Titans coach Mike Munchak said of Britt's injury. "The good thing is that even if you do have it, it's not a huge setback. It's not something that sets you way back."
The Titans are still hopeful that Britt will be healthy enough to take some part in training camp and the preseason, but the...