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Posted June 09, 2011 @ 4:20 p.m. ET
By PFW staff

Updated 4:20 p.m. ET Thursday

One day after pleading guilty to a careless driving charge, Titans WR Kenny Britt was arrested in Hoboken, N.J., and charged with two counts of resisting arrest by Hoboken narcotics officers, The Jersey Journal reported Thursday.

According to the complaint, Britt used his body "to push away from the officers" and pulled away his arm "while not allowing the officers to handcuff" him.

The Tennessean reported that Brint had a hand rolled cigar leaf "containing suspected marijuana" and he broke it with his hand, "making it unavailable to the investigating officers."

The second count of resisting arrest makes it a third-degree crime. He is to appear in court on June 16.

Britt was fined $478 and will get four points added to his driver's license after pleading guilty Wednesday to an April careless driving charge. He was involved in a bar fight last October and in January 2010 for not paying three outstanding traffic warrants.

His Titans teammates have been working out in Nashville, and some of them told PFW correspondent and The Tennessean writer Jim Wyatt that they expected Britt to be present on Thursday.

Britt had 42 catches for 775 receiving yards and nine TDs in 12 games last season, his second in the NFL.

The way we see it

It didn't take long for Britt to be back in trouble with the law. He has tons of talent on the field but has failed to stay out of trouble off the field. As charges continue to pile up on Britt, it's a near certainty that commissioner Roger Goodell will suspend him for repeatedly violating the league's personal-conduct policy.

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