One day after yanking Kenny Britt from the field following a rash of mistakes, Coach Jeff Fisher said the second-year receiver is going to have to prove he’s ready to be counted on to play.
"That is part of the learning process," Fisher said Friday. "If I suspect there’s issues he is not part of the (45-man roster on game days). If his mind is clear and he is focused and is ready to play, he is potentially a really good player. But if I suspect there would be a problem, we have other receivers I’ll play instead of Kenny."
Britt dropped two passes and was whistled for a false start in less than a half of action against the Saints. Britt said he wasn’t focused.
"That process is ongoing," Fisher said. "We will continue to work with him, his ability to focus and put distractions and things behind him, and not let them carry over into the game."