Tennessee Titans: Rise and Fall of Kenny Britt

November 29, 2009  – It was 4th and goal from the 10-yard line. There were only six seconds left on the clock. The score was Cardinals 17, Titans 13. The Titans needed a touchdown, and this was their last chance. Quarterback Vince Young hiked the ball, stepped up into the pocket and heaved the ball into the end zone. Miraculously, No. 18 came out of nowhere to make a leaping catch...
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Weekly Rewind: Rams ficticious schedule; following Seahawks’ draft model would be good idea

Here’s a recap of what you may have missed this past week. cover32 Rams Local Content - The Rams don’t know their schedule, but that didn’t stop us from making one ourselves. (READ) - The Rams would be wise to follow the Seahawks’ draft model. (READ) - St. Louis Rams somehow let Kenny Britt wear Torry Holt’s old number. (READ) - Top-5 Incumbent St. Louis Rams poised to...
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Power Rankings: St. Louis Rams move up in offseason midpoint edition

Not all of the moves have been made, but most of them are in the books. Players have come and gone, as teams tinker with their rosters, looking to fill holes and upgrade in key positions. Some have tried to make a big splash, while others have been more conservative. Some have simply tried to retain their own players, while others have gone about overhauling a big chunk of their...
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10 days ago  |  Discuss

Twitter Tuesday: St. Louis Rams somehow let Kenny Britt wear Torry Holt’s old number

The St. Louis Rams officially signed wide receiver Kenny Britt yesterday. We’ve had plenty of coverage here regarding the signing, including this, this and this, but ultimately, no matter what our stance on the signing, we all accepted that Britt was going to be part of the team and that we should root for the guy to turn his career around. But then I saw this, and I got kind of...
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National Rewind: OLBs for the St. Louis Rams, Power Rankings and hot Instagrams

In case you missed it, the cover32 universe produced plenty of content this week that’s worth a Sunday read. National Columns - The top-10 outside linebackers in the NFL Draft. (READ) - Power Rankings: The biggest fools in the history of every NFL franchise. (READ) - The top-10 college coaches most likely to become NFL head coaches. (READ) - Top-10 Instagram pictures of Blake...
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12 days ago  |  Discuss

Weekly Rewind: Rams sign Kenny Britt; Greg Reid needs to stay out of trouble

Here’s a recap of what you may have missed this past week. cover32 Rams Local Content - The Rams finally signed Kenny Britt, but will he be a fit? (READ) - The Kenny Britt signing is fine…as long as it doesn’t rule out Sammy Watkins. (READ) - Greg Reid has to steer clear of anymore trouble if he’s going to take advantage of his NFL opportunity (READ) - Kurt Warner is right...
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13 days ago  |  Discuss

Top 5 plays of new St. Louis Rams wide receiver Kenny Britt’s career

As puzzling as the signing may have been, wide receiver Kenny Britt is now a Ram and it’s in everyone’s best interest to start getting used to it. With that said, the focus of our weekly Top 5 is remembering Britt’s biggest plays as a Titan in hopes that he can rediscover some of this form as a Ram. For what it’s worth, three of the plays come under head coach Jeff Fisher’s...
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15 days ago  |  Discuss

Who’s the best outside linebacker the STL/LA/Cle Rams have ever drafted?

As you regular readers know, we’ve put together quite a few “best players drafted” articles over the past few weeks. Today, it’s time to determine the best outside linebacker the Rams franchise has ever drafted. This rather cut and dry, although Roman Phifer and Jack Pardee and Isiah Robertson deserve honorable mentions. (You can see the full list of drafted linebackers here...
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Kenny Britt signing is fine…as long as it doesn’t count out Sammy Watkins

As you’ve certainly heard by now, the Rams inked free agent wide receiver Kenny Britt to a one-year deal worth $1.4 million ($550,000 guaranteed) with incentives that could earn him up to $2.9 million. The deal, finalized this past Monday, is another example of a very “close-to-the-chest” offseason thus far from the St. Louis Rams and one that could unintentionally link Britt...
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St. Louis Rams: Is Sam Bradford a legitimate franchise QB?

The St. Louis Rams drafted quarterback Sam Bradford with the first overall pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, and quite frankly he hasn’t lived up to the expectations. Through his first four seasons in the league, he hasn’t had one breakthrough year that he has been able to push aside all of his doubters. There have been some points throughout the past four years that have shown bright...
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Twitter Tuesday: St. Louis Rams twitter nation reacts to Kenny Britt signing

Earlier today, I wrote a column about the Rams signing former Tennessee Titan wide receiver Kenny Britt. I personally am dubious about Britt’s fitting in with the Rams, as is colleague Evan Glantz, but there’s no doubting Britt’s raw talent if physically and mentally healthy. Below, I’ve compiled a bunch of tweets of media and fans reacting to the Britt signing. The overall...
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17 days ago  |  Discuss

Power Rankings: Who’s the biggest fool in St. Louis Rams franchise history?

Last week, we rated every team’s GOAT – the greatest of all-time. This time around, it’s a different type of goat; the kind who will live in infamy in the franchise’s annals. These are the players, coaches, administrators or other random people connected with a team who did something that will forever be remembered, but for all the wrong reasons. They brought shame on themselves...
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St. Louis Rams finally sign Kenny Britt, but will he be a fit?

After a long flirtation, the Rams finally signed troubled wide receiver Kenny Britt to a one-year deal. The deal appears to be pretty team-friendly, as it’s worth up to $1.4 million and only comes with $550,000 of guaranteed money. If Britt hits all of his incentives, the deal could be worth $2.9 million. If Britt wasn’t an immensely talented, 25-year-old former first-round pick...
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Rams Take Small Gamble On WR Kenny Britt

The St. Louis Rams have been searching for a goto #1 receiver for years. Not since they had the likes of Tory Holt and Isaac Bruce have they been able to keep a top-flight receiver on the field. And now, for a mere $1.4 million dollars, they bring in former Tennessee Titan WR Kenny Britt. Britt, who played for now Rams head coach Jeff Fisher, has a chance to make up to $2.9 million...
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17 days ago  |  Discuss

Kenny Britt signs with Rams

Photo via bleacherreport.comEven though Mr. Kraft says the Patriots weren't going to sign Kenny Britt, I still had a small crystal of hope in my heart. Britt seemed to me like the perfect receiver for the Pats: tall, big, deep threat, troubled past looking to prove himself. PLUS HE'S FROM RUTGERS PEOPLE!! But, didn't seem to work out.Instead, Britt signed a one year...
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17 days ago  |  Discuss

Rams sign wide receiver Kenny Britt to one-year, $1.4 million deal

ST. LOUIS -- Jeff Fisher and Kenny Britt will be reunited in St. Louis next season after the free agent wide receiver agreed to a one-year deal with the Rams on Monday, according to media reports. The 6-foot-3, 223-pounder, who agreed to a $1.4 million deal that includes incentives according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, was a first-round draft pick by Fisher and Tennessee Titans...
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Rams sign WR Kenny Britt to one-year deal

getty images The St. Louis Rams have added wide receiver Kenny Britt to their roster on a one-year deal. Britt, 25, has always been seen as a talented receiver who has struggled to live up to it due to knee issues and some off the field concerns. The contract between the Rams and Britt is worth $1.4 million with additional incentives. Only $550,000 of it is guaranteed according to...
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St. Louis Rams sign wide receiver Kenny Britt

The St. Louis Rams came into this offseason looking to add another playmaker or two at the wide receiver position, and they have signed former Tennessee Titans wide receiver Kenny Britt. Britt has had a very troubled off the field career in the NFL, but has the potential to be a very good wide receiver if he can keep his head on straight. According to reports, the deal is for one...
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17 days ago  |  Discuss

Rams sign Kenny Britt to a one-year deal

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Rams Sign Kenny Britt To 1-Year/$1.4 Million Deal

Kenny Britt has a shot at redemption and to be the No.1 wideout he’s always talked about. Adam Schefter is reporting that Britt just inked a one year deal with the Rams. Rams signed former Titans WR Kenny Britt to a one-year, $1.4M deal, including $550K, per source. Max value of deal is $2.9M. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 31, 2014  
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Report: Rams Sign WR Kenny Britt

  Pro Football Talk,citing a league source, reports that the Rams have signed former Titans WR Kenny Britt. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that Britt receives a one-year contract worth $1.4 million. Schefter adds that Britt’s deal could be worth a max value of $2.9 million. Britt, 25, is coming off of another hugely disappointing season for the Titans. Last year, he appeared...
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Titans likely to release Chris Johnson next week

The Tennessee Titans are still expected to move on from former superstar running back Chris Johnson before the offseason is over. According to recent reports, the Titans are likely to release Johnson at some point next week. Those reports certainly seem to be legitimate, but nothing is set in stone until the team actually does release him and it is official. Titans very likely to...
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20 days ago  |  Discuss

Shaun Phillips, Titans agree on two-year deal

Tennessee Titans and free agent defensive end Shaun Phillips have agreed on a two-year deal worth $6 million. Shaun Phillips agrees to a 2-year deal worth a max of $6 million with the Titans, source says. — Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) March 27, 2014 Phillips, 31, played nine seasons in San Diego before signing a one-year deal with the Denver Broncos last offseason. Phillips...
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21 days ago  |  Discuss

The St. Louis Rams should steer clear of Kenny Britt

Rumor has it the St. Louis Rams are hot on the trail for former Tennessee Titans wide receiver Kenny Britt. If this were 2009 or 2010, this pursuit would be a lot more exciting. In 2009, his rookie season, Britt caught 42 passes for 701 yards. He followed that campaign with another 42 receptions and 775 yards in 2010 – in just 12 games. Alas, the 2014 version of Britt comes with...
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Rams Rumor: Is Kenny Britt close on a deal to bring him to St. Louis?

Kenny Britt could be close on a deal to reunite the veteran wide receiver with his former head coach in Tennessee and current Rams head coach, Jeff Fisher. Fisher made it clear that the veteran receiver's chances of joining the Rams could now be very good.  "I'm hoping that sometime here very soon we'll get something done." This news came on the same day...
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