Suddenly Kenny Britt's availability for the start of training camp or perhaps even the beginning of the regular season looks in question.
Britt, according to TitanInsider, underwent an arthroscopic surgery on his left knee in late June, after having reconstructive surgery on his right knee in October, followed by a clean-up procedure in May.
Britt's latest problem could force him to start training camp on the PUP (physically unable to perform) list, as he might not be able to pass his entrance physical when veterans report on July 27.
Britt has had injury troubles before as a hamstring injury in 2010 caused him to miss time. He was off to a great start last year with 17 catches before injuring his knee against Denver in week 3.
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