The Tennessee Titans will get a star receiver back on Sunday but might be playing without another top one when they visit San Diego.
Kenny Britt, who sat out the season-opening 34-13 loss to New England because of a one-game suspension he received for an offseason arrest on suspicion of DWI, will return to action for the first time in almost exactly a year after suffering a season-ending knee injury in 17-14 win over Denver on Sept. 25 of last year. Meanwhile, Nate Washington, who blossomed into the Titans No. 1 receiver last year in Britts absence, is listed as questionable with a leg contusion he suffered last week against the Patriots.
Britt tore the ACL and MCL in his right knee in that September 2011 game and later underwent subsequent arthroscopic surgery on it in May. In late June, he underwent arthroscopic surgery on his left knee. Both of those injuries limited him during training camp and he did not catch a single pass in a preseason game.
Britt estimated on Wednesday t...