NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Kenny Britt is on the field once again for the Tennessee Titans, back both from a torn right ACL and three different knee surgeries and a one-game suspension by the NFL.
How much he helps remains to be seen.
Britt tore both his anterior cruciate and medial collateral ligament early in the Titans' third game last season. He had little practice time with Matt Hasselbeck due to the NFL lockout. Now Jake Locker's the starting quarterback, and Britt has had even less practice time with him.
The receiver said Wednesday they have two great quarterbacks who will make him look good and he hopes he can do the same for them.
The Titans (0-1) hope Britt can play 15 to 25 snaps Sunday when they visit San Diego (1-0).