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Tennessee Titans fans, and coaches especially, can let out a huge sigh of relief now after the NFL announced that wide receiver Kenny Britt would only be suspended one game. The anticipation over the past few weeks given Britt's prior record, and Commissioner Roger Goodell seemingly trying to crack down on 'troubled' players, may have given people the impression that the Titans wide out could have been facing a serious suspension. With the announcement coming before Friday's final roster cut for NFL teams, the Titans at least were aware of the situation they were in.  While Britt will miss the first week, Tennessee will be forced to release another player in order for Kenny Britt to have roster spot. Possibly the most important part of the announcement, is the fact that head coach Mike Munchak and the rest of the staff knows what to expect in terms of who will be available at receiver. With Britt only missing the season opener against the New England Patriots o...
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