Found October 27, 2013 on
This isn’t any kind of new information being released, but it seems the Tennessee Titans are finally past playing games.
Ian Rapoport is reporting that the Titans are no officially shopping mercurial wide receiver Kenny Britt, and the price tag to acquire him is not high at all.
And #Titans are shopping WR Kenny Britt and the price is not high. That said, no takers yet. Lions would make sense… if no off-field issues
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) October 27, 2013
Some potential landing spots are Philadelphia, Jets, Chiefs, Patriots, and Buccaneers.
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