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Report: Britt pleads guilty to careless driving; receives fine

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By PFW staff

Titans WR Kenny Britty pleaded guilty to a careless driving charge in New Jersey. He was fined $478, according to PFW correspondent and Tennessean writer Jim Wyatt.

Britt was arrested on April 12 and charged with eluding a police officer, lying to an officer hindering apprehension and obstructing governmental function following a stop. On June 1, the Hudson County prosecutor downgraded his felony charge of eluding an officer to a lesser offense.

Britt will also have four "points" added to his driver's license.

The third-year pro had 775 receiving yards with nine TDs in 12 games last season.

The way we see it

Britt appears to have gotten lucky, considering he was originally charged with a felony for eluding police. This was not Britt's first brush with the law, and it wouldn't be a surprise if he heard from the league office after the lockout for violating the personal-conduct policy. Although, it has not been determined how the policy applies during the lockout.


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