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The Tennessee Titans must really be desperate for receivers. The team currently employs Nate Washington and Kendall Wright. Also, not to mention, there is the troubled Kenny Britt. It’s a solid receiving corps, but Britt shouldn’t be there.
Britt has had nine brushes with the law since being drafted by the Titans in the first round in 2009, which includes his latest where he took a friend, who had been stabbed to the hospital in the wee hours of the morning. Britt refused to cooperate with the police after the incident.
Former NFL head coach and current ESPN analyst Herm Edwards told 102.5 The Game’s Darren McFarland that Britt has become a distraction for the Titans and needs to be cut.
“What players don’t realize is this: It’s not so much your problem, it becomes the locker room’s problem. Because the media come in and say, ‘what do you think about Kenny Britt?’ You don’t even want to talk about Kenny Britt. You’ve got your own issues as a player. I’m trying to get ready for the Saints, and you want to talk about Kenny Britt?” Edwards said. “So now you become the guy. And I always tell players, don’t be that guy where all of a sudden what you’re doing off the field is more important than our preparation for the week.
“So the Titans, in my opinion are gonna have to make a decision of what’s best for the organization and that might even help Kenny Britt. Kenny Britt needs to be cut. When you get cut, and you can’t play anymore, it’s amazing because you go, ‘They cut me?’ Yeah, they cut you. And sometimes you have to do that not only for the sake of the team, but also for the sake of the player.”
I agree with Edwards on his take. Britt and the Titans need to part ways. But if the Titans are willing to put up with Britt’s immaturity off the field, so be it. Somehow, the team will pay the price for keeping him around. I guess when a team is devoid of playmakers, they’ll keep you around, even if you’re constantly in trouble.
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