Replacing Titans WR Kenny Britt, done for the season after tearing the ACL and MCL in his right knee, will be a great challenge. Keeping tabs on Britt, whose off-field troubles have been well documented, during his rehabilitation also could require some effort. The good news for the Titans is that he will remain in Nashville — as opposed to going home to New Jersey, where most of his troubles occurred, as he begins the rehabilitation process, but Pro Football Weekly hears there is definite concern within the organization about keeping Britt focused on the task at hand.
Britt has the talent and natural ability to become one of the best wideouts in the league, but he is not a detail-oriented individual, which will have to change if he is going to make a successful recovery. The Titans signed former Rams WR Donnie Avery to fill Britt’s roster spot, but second-year player Damian Williams will have the first shot at replacing Britt in the starting lineup.