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The Titans have talked to several NFL teams regarding struggling receiver Kenny Britt according to sources with knowledge of the situation but have been attempting to get a third-round pick for him or a combination of picks equal to a third rounder. Other clubs have found that price to be high sources said with them viewing Britt given his off-field issues expiring contract and lack of any recent production as valued more like a fifth-round pick.
Britt was selected by Tennessee in the first round in 2009 and has shined at times but also has had repeated run-ins with the law and the Titans have surpassed early expectations this season despite him not being a factor at all in their offense. He has dropped balls and his confidence appears to be an issue and several clubs believe he will be dealt prior to the trade deadline at the end of this month with them expecting the asking price to drop -- particularly if Britt's productivity does not increase.
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Tennessee Titans wide receiver Kenny Britt comes into Week 6 with just six catches for 52 yards through four games (three starts) in his contract year in 2013. A league source tells ProFootballTalk.com that ”two or three teams” are interested in trading for the former 2009 first round selection (No. 30 overall) out of Rutgers ahead of the October 29 trade deadline. Photo...
According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, the Tennessee Titans are looking to acquire a third round pick for wide receiver Kenny Britt.
That price might be abit too steep though.
The Titans have talked to several NFL teams regarding struggling receiver Kenny Britt, according to sources with knowledge of the situation, but have been attempting to get a third-round pick for...
The Titans would accept a third-round pick for wideout Kenny Britt. SOURCE: CBS SportsFantasy Spin:That's not likely to attract many suitors. Britt's value is at an all-time low right now and Tennessee might be stuck with him until he inevitably leaves in free agency. Perhaps if the Titans lower their asking price, someone will eventually be willing to take Britt off their hands.
Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reports that the Tennessee Titans are trying to get a third-round draft pick for WR Kenny Britt.
La Canfora adds that the Titans are also willing to part with Britt for a combination of picks equivalent to third rounder.
According to La Canfora’s sources, this price has been too high for potentially interested teams who believe his value is...
The Tennessee Titans face another tough challenge this week traveling to Seattle to face the 4-1 Seahawks. For the second week in a row the Titans will be without starting quarterback Jake Locker. Ryan Fitzpatrick was just okay in Locker’s place last Sunday. He completed 21 passes for 247 yards, threw one touchdown and two interceptions. Fitzpatrick will face one of the top secondary’s...
Since I'm really not in the mood to do the writing about Chris Johnson that an examination of the run game would entail, I decided instead to turn my attention to one of the other headaches for the Titans on offense. Yes, it's a Kenny Britt post.
I decided to go ahead and watch all of Britt's targets this year. My goal in doing so would multi-fold:
Don’t write the Titans off just yet. Nobody is going to get excited about being 3-3, but let’s take a step back and look at the bigger picture. The Titans just went into the most hostile environment in the NFL and only lost by a touchdown with Ryan Fitzpatrick running the offense. Think about that for a second. It’s hard not to imagine what the Titans record could be right...
There is no real way to describe this play. The Seahawks have their backup holder and kicker out for a field goal attempt, they dropped the snap and cue the clown music. It all resulted in Jason McCourty returning the ball for a touchdown. Of course he hit the Terio because what else could you do after a crazy play like that.
First let's start of with the newbie (but goodie), Terry Lambert!Ryan Fitzpatrick. It's pretty simple this week, the offense will go as far as Ryan Fitzpatrick will take it. If the Titans want any short of keeping it close on Sunday, Fitzpatrick will have to limit his turnovers. Seattle thrives off of their dangerous defensive unit, so it will be up to him to take care of...
According to the NFL's official snap count information, here's how the Titans lined up in Week 6.
Offense (52 total)
QB: Ryan Fitzpatrick 52
RB/FB: Chris Johnson 50, Jackie Battle 1, Collin Mooney 1, Darius Reynaud 1
TE: Delanie Walker 42, Craig Stevens 20, Taylor Thompson 15
WR: Nate Washington 40, Kendall Wright 40, Damian Williams 35, Michael Preston 7, Justin...
Jason McCourty scored a touchdown on a botched field goal attempt by the Seattle Seahawks prior to halftime on Sunday, and then he celebrated with an homage to our favorite dancing youngster. The Seahawks were getting ready to kick a field goal to go up 10-3 on the Tennessee Titans before halftime, but it looked […]
The Tennessee Titans and Seattle Seahawks will meet in a Week 6 match-up on Sunday.
Entering Sunday’s game the Titans are 3-2 while the Seahawks are 4-1 following a loss to Indianapolis last week.
Coverage of the game between the Titans and Seahawks will air on CBS beginning at 4:05 pm ET from CenturyLink Field in Seattle, WA.
Three Keys to the Titans pulling off the upset against the Seahawks.No Mistakes: Seattle has a very very good defense. Very good. Ryan Fitzpatrick threw two interceptions last week against Kansas City in a very winnable game. A muffed punt resulted in a TD for KC. If these things don't happen, Tennessee is 4-1. However, they did happen and against a stellar Seahawks team they...
The Tennessee Titans came into today's game knowing they'd probably need a couple breaks to win in Seattle against the Seahawks. They got one big one, with a botched field goal attempt hold at the end of the first half resulting in a TD and a 10-point swing, and had their chances, as the Seahawks put the ball on the ground four other times, but Seattle did just enough, with...
Seattle Seahawks placekicker Steven Hauschka was absolutely destroyed by Tennessee Titans return-man Darius Reynaud. This hurts from the couch.