Titans WR Kenny Britt is denying that posts made on his Facebook page announcing his retirement from the NFL and bashing commissioner Roger Goodell came from him.
Brendan Prunty, a writer for the Newark Star-Ledger, tweeted some of the posts from Britt's page on Monday, when the receiver said he was retiring, changed his mind and agreed to accept any punishment for his multiple off-field violations, all in the span of one hour.
According to Prunty, Britt first wrote "Retiring from the NFL. F*** You Goddell." He followed that up with a new post a few minutes later, saying "My family is always here for me. I made mistakes and i am sorry i am going to change and become a better person and mentor for all my young fans. I will accept any penalty like a man. The road beings Sept 11 in Jacksonville. ill be ready!!!"
Fifteen minutes after that, the receiver posted another update, writing "My fbook was hacked with those past 2 status's.. i am not retiring and do not have any hate toward the commissioner."
Britt, who has had multiple incidents with the law since entering the league in 2009, could face a suspension when a new Collective Bargaining Agreement is reached and the lockout ends.