Originally written on Football Nation  |  Last updated 11/15/14

NASHVILLE, TN - MAY 1: Kenny Britt #18 of the Tennessee Titans stretches during the team's minicamp on May 1, 2009 at Baptist Sports Park in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Joe Murphy/Getty Images)
Sometimes you just got to wonder. Tennessee Titans' Kenny Britt not only can't stay out of trouble, he seems to want to be known for it. Britt shared an image of his latest fine with the world via social media . We at Football Nation know professional athletes are people, and people have problems, make mistakes, do dumb things. Yet we accept that NFLPA members are held to standards of conduct enforced by fines because they benefit from an important shared cultural institution, professional football. Our heroes are football players. We communicate cultural values through the media surrounding the nfl (see http://www.footballnation.com/content/green-bay-packers-walden-suspension-free-helmets-and-the-nfl/15709/). The question is, how much more can the NFL and the Titans take before Britt is no longer on the roster? The stunt of sharing the fine statement shows a disturbing mind set by Britt; he's not just making mistakes, he's reveling in the notoriety they cause when he is punished fo...
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