Upon getting back to work, Rams receiver Kenny Britt promptly beat cornerback Janoris Jenkins for a touchdown of about 40 yards then did the same to Trumaine Johnson soon after. Britt let the young corners know about it and eventually it led to a full on fight between he and Johnson.
Britt has an opportunity to start fresh and told reporters after practice that he's viewing this season like he's a rookie starting anew.
Britt is a big, physical player and has already been nicknamed "The Incredible Hulk" by some of his teammates. Clearly, he has some impressive physical skills but he's also a bit emotional. You can look at Britt beating Jenkins and Johnson for long catches and his past off-field issues however you choose, but if nothing else Britt brings an attitude and competitiveness on the practice field that should be a net positive for a young receiver group.
Britt isn't a bad flier in the late rounds given the talent he has shown in the past and the fresh start he's getting with the Rams, who could use a playmaker in the passing game. The key here is his reunion with HC Jeff Fisher, who was the head man in Tennessee when Britt had his breakout season.