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A man involved in a bar fight last October in Nashville is suing Titans WR Kenny Britt, The Nashville City Paper reported.
Titans WR Kenny Britt surrendered to Nashville police on Wednesday on warrants from a false application on a license, PFW correspondent and The Tennessean writer Jim Wyatt reported.
Titans WR Kenny Britt said his Facebook account was hacked on Monday afternoon after a post from his account said he was retiring.
Titans WR Kenny Britt was in a New Jersey courthouse on Thursday where charges against him were reduced one week after another arrest.
Titans WR Kenny Britt is sought by Metro police for two outstanding warrants sworn out by the Tennessee Highway Patrol, according to PFW correspondent Jim Wyatt.
The Titans reportedly will hold on to WR Kenny Britt, who was arrested for the second time in two months this week.
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.
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.
Titans WR Kenny Britt had felony charges against him downgraded to lesser offenses in New Jersey after a review by the prosecutor's office.
While the latest arrest of troubled WR Kenny Britt will test the Titans' patience, we hear the club is not expected to make any rash decisions regarding one of its most talented players.
Titans WR Kenny Britt is in trouble with the law, again. The wideout was reportedly arrested on Tuesday following a police chase.
Former Titans WR coach Fred Graves told PFW that continued maturation from young WR Kenny Britt will be key as he enters his third NFL season.
Titans WR Kenny Britt will be in court in Jersey City, N.J. on Thursday facing charges of theft-by-deception.
Titans WR Kenny Britt will not be charged for his alleged involvement in a bar fight, according to PFW correspondent and Tennessean reporter Jim Wyatt.