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Tennessee Titans wide receiver Kenny Britt will meet with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell at league headquarters on Monday to talk about his arrest for DUI, NFL.com reported Sunday. Britt is on the physically unable to perform list after having knee surgery for the third time. But he could face a suspension for his latest arrest, which occurred on July 20. Britt has had eight run-ins with the law since joining the NFL in 2009, and he met with Goodell last year and vowed he would have no more off-field transgressions. Britt played in just three games last year and he was a starter in all three. He had 17 receptions for 289 yards and three touchdowns.
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Tennessee Titans wide receiver Kenny Britt is scheduled to meet with officials at the NFL office in New York on Monday.
Britt was charged with driving under the influence July 20 as he attempted to pass through a security gate at the Fort Campbell Army installation on the Tennessee-Kentucky state line.
That incident was Britt's eighth run-in with police since he was drafted...
Degenerate Tennessee Titans wide receiver Kenny Britt met earlier today with commissioner Roger Goodell to explain why he’s a thug at National Football League headquarters in New York City. The 23-year-old Britt, who the Titans took out of Rutgers University … Continue reading →
Titans receiver Kenny Britt says he's ready for whatever punishment NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell metes out following his latest run-in with police.
Britt spoke Wednesday for the first time since his July 20 DUI arrest on the Fort Campbell, Ky., Army post. He was summoned to Goodell's office on Monday to discuss the arrest, which came less than a year after the commissioner...
We continue our trip around the Titans position by position as we approach the start of the 2012 season with a look at the wide receivers.The Titans return five of their top six wide receivers from last season, and only departure, Donnie Avery, was replaced by Kendall Wright. That's basically a lateral move, so expect exactly the same thing from the Tennessee Titans receiving...
AKRON, Ohio - The NFL commissioner believes Jimmy Haslam III will officially be the owner of the Cleveland Browns soon, perhaps even in time for the start of the 2012 season.
Speaking at a youth football event in Akron Saturday morning, Roger Goodell said the involved parties have been "working on it" and that the sale of the Browns from Randy Lerner to Haslam will be finalized...
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This morning, ESPN reported that New Orleans Saints' linebacker Jonathan Vilma had been offered a deal that would cut his year-long suspension from the NFL in half. Sources suggest that the league proposed the deal with hopes of Vilma dropping his defamation lawsuit against commissioner Roger Goodell.
The NFL denies the claim and calls it "completely inaccurate", according...
ESPN.com is reporting that the NFL has offered cut the suspension of New Orleans Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilma in half in a settlement deal. Commissioner Roger Goodell banned Vilma for the entire NFL season for his role in the bounty scandal as found by the NFL's investigation.
I can't believe my lying eyes. Goodell has been steadfast in player conduct, with fan approval...
The NFL says, no that’s not the case. There is a rumor circulating that the NFL may reduce Jonathon Vilma’s year long suspension to just 8 games.
“Today’s report about a settlement offer by the league to Jonathan Vilma is completely inaccurate,” the league said in a statement. ”No such settlement offer has been made. We will continue to respect the court proceedings...
New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees said last week that NFL players don’t trust NFL commissioner Roger Goodell. He sat down with Marshall Faulk of the NFL Network and was asked if he trusts Goodell.
“Do I trust the Commissioner?” Brees said. “I think that Commissioner Goodell has done a lot of great things for this league. It just happens to be that...
Or the American football uniforms for Netherlands in the next Olympics
Just kidding. American football has no shot of being added to the summer Olympics no matter how hard Roger Goodell tries. But fear not, the UTEP Miners will suit up in an all-orange football uniform this season and they will do so early. Hopefully the Oklahoma Sooners have their eyes checked before squaring...
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, Browns President Mike Holmgren
and Patriots coach Bill Belichick were among more than 900 people
who packed the church for the funeral service of Garrett Reid, son
of Eagles coach Andy Reid.