Kenny Britt managed to get off fairly light with only a one-game suspension from NFL commissioner Roger Goodell for his DUI arrest on July 20 at Fort Campbell, Ky., according to TitanInsider.com
Britt will miss the Tennessee Titans season opener on Sept. 9 against the New England Patriots, but that is relatively minor given that it was the receiver's eighth run-in with law enforcement since the club drafted him in 2009.
Britt is recovering from three knee procedures since tearing the ACL and MCL in his right knee last September. He would only have been available for about 15 snaps total as he recovers from scopes in May on the right knee and June on his left knee.
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