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Titans' Britt pleads guilty to disturbing the peace

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By PFW staff

Titans WR Kenny Britt has worked his way out of one mess, according to The Associated Press, but still finds himself in plenty of legal hot water.

Britt pleaded guilty to a downgraded charge of disturbing the peace stemming from a June arrest at a Hoboken, N.J., car wash, where police said they suspected the wide receiver of carrying a marijuana cigar. Police claimed that he crushed the cigar and disposed of it, but ultimately, the cigar was never found. Britt paid a $1,500 fine, while the remaining charges were dismissed, but Britt still faces legal troubles in Tennessee. He has had seven incidents involving the police since 2009.

Britt didn't have much luck on the field, either, as he missed most of the 2011 season with an ACL injury after starting the season strong. He finished with 289 receiving yards, including two games of 135-plus yards, in three games in 2011, after recording at least 700 yards in each of his first two seasons in the NFL.

The Titans wideout is scheduled to hit free agency in 2014 and is guaranteed more than $6.5 million through his current five-year contract with Tennessee.

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