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Kenny Britt knows both his knees will not be 100 percent until sometime after the season ends when he's not practicing daily and playing games.
He is feeling better now and looking like the big physical receiver who was off to one of the NFL's best starts for Tennessee in 2011 before tearing his right ACL and needing a total of three operations on both knees through June.
Britt says he still has good days and some bad days but is confident he can finish out the season.
He had his best game this season catching eight passes for 143 yards in last week's loss to Indianapolis, and the New Jersey native's timing is good with the Titans (4-9) preparing to host the Jets (6-7) on Monday night.
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Tennessee Titans running back Chris Johnson decided to pull a Ricky Williams today by talking to reporters while wearing a visored helmet, which he says he did to satisfy a couple of players.
A Titans official told Johnson to remove the helmet before talking to the Media Friday.
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DVOA: -29.1% (29th)
Weighted DVOA: -27.1% (29th)
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