(Eds: With AP Photos.) By TERESA M. WALKER AP Sports Writer Kenny Britt feels like it's 2011 all over again, and the Tennessee Titans' receiver is leaping for catches and looking like the player who dominated defenders catching lots of balls that season.
''I'm feeling back to my old self, not weighing 230 that I was last year lifting weights,'' Britt said. ''I'm out there running routes and making catches and making plays because I'm not worried about my injuries. I'm more focused on the moment of catching the ball.''
Britt certainly needs to be in the final year of his rookie contract.
That Britt feels healthy is exactly what the Titans and coach Mike Munchak want to hear, even as they watch his work giving him a day off here and there during training camp. Munchak said they can see the difference in Britt not worrying about anything anymore.
''He's not worried about my left knee, my right knee, understanding the offense,'' Munchak said. ''Those things are out of his mind and h...