Kenny Britt’s legal troubles keep piling up. Metro police want the Titans receiver in connection with two outstanding warrants sworn out by the Tennessee Highway Patrol.
Britt allegedly made inaccurate statements on his driver’s license applications on at least one occasion, according to Metro police spokesman Don Aaron.
When Britt returns to Nashville he’ll be expected to turn himself in. Britt’s attorney said his client plans to do so.
While none of the Britt incidents in an of themselves seem like a huge deal, the pattern is disconcerting. The Titans are expected to hand down some form of discipline once the lockout ends.