Post-Draft Outlook:BEST PICK: Kenny Britt, the Titans' first-rounder (30th overall), was a pick the Titans had to make, after years of ignoring the receiver position. Even if Britt fails to live up to expectations, the Titans won't find much criticism in the choice, simply because it is the first time they have taken a receiver in the first round in 11 years. A closer look at the Titans' picks: Round 1/30 -- Kenny Britt, WR, 6-3, 215, Rutgers...With virtually no depth behind starters Nate Washington and Justin Gage, the Titans took the plunge and drafted Britt. Sitting at pick No. 30, they hoped to land either Britt or Hakeem Nicks, who went one pick earlier to the New York Giants. Britt gives the Titans a potential big-play receiver, something missing from the offense for at least five years. - by The Sports Xchange
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10/20/14 - WR Kenny Britt left the game against Seattle with an ankle injury, but returned to the game without missing much time.
10/19/14 - WR Kenny Britt (ankle) missed time in the first quarter, but returned to the game and finished with two catches for four yards. Britt, who has 14 receptions for 197 yards, should be able to play next week at Kansas City.
10/10/14 - WR Kenny Britt was added to the injury report and did not practice because of a knee injury.
03/31/14 - WR Kenny Britt and the St. Louis Rams agreed to a one-year, $1.4 million contract, including $550,000 guaranteed, ESPN.com reported Monday.
The maximum value of the deal is $2.9 million with incentives, a source told ESPN.com.
Britt and Rams head coach Jeff Fisher will reunite in St. Louis. Fisher was the head coach of the Tennessee Titans when they selected Britt in the first round of the 2009 NFL draft. Fisher coached Britt for two years.
Last season, the Titans largely phased Britt out of their offense. He had 11 catches for 96 yards and no touchdowns in 2013 but caught 16 scoring passes in the previous three seasons combined.
Britt suffered a torn ACL early in 2010 and caused the Titans headaches with multiple off-the-field incidents.
12/26/13 - WR Kenny Britt is expected to be a healthy scratch in what will almost assuredly be his final game as a Titans player. Britt has just 11 catches.