Titans WR Kenny Britt insists that he has matured.
“I’ll be the first to admit I got caught in some difficult circumstances, and made some bad decisions in my past,” Britt said. “But all that changed me as a person, and I learned from it and got stronger from it. “I knew I had to change some things in my life. I think I’ve matured. I hope I have matured. But the smile is still there and it’s not going away.”
Britt, headed into his fourth NFL season, is still on the mend after having surgery to repair the torn ACL and MCL he suffered in his right knee last September.
He’s still optimistic about where he is in rehab, and if all goes well he’ll be ready for Week One of the regular season. In recent weeks, he’s dealt with swelling in the knee as his work has intensified, but that was expected, doctors told him.
“I’m out there running, mostly at full speed, cutting, running around,” Britt said. “The knee’s still swollen, but that comes with the territory and we’ve got three months before I get back on the field.”
Britt is a top 10 fantasy WR if healthy. But not only is he dealing with swelling in his knee, he's also proven to be a knucklehead. There's a lot of risk/reward with Britt, but in the 4th or 5th round, he'll be tough to pass up, if healthy.