Titans receiver Kenny Britt had minor arthroscopic surgery on his right knee on Wednesday, a procedure General Manager Ruston Webster said should accelerate his rehabilitation process according to Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean.
Britt, who suffered a torn ACL and MCL last September, had been experiencing swelling in his knee in recent weeks, so doctors decided to go ahead and “clean it up.”
Webster said the procedure would likely set Britt back a week or two.
“It almost becomes commonplace,’’ Webster said of the procedure. “It is not one of those things, “Wow, oh no, he is having surgery. It is very common and if it helps his rehab process and all that, it is well worth doing. And our goal is to have him play this year.
“It will be helpful to him, I think, and probably accelerate his rehab.”