Kenny Britt says he is willing to accept whatever punishment NFL commissioner Roger Goodell might dish out to him as a result of his DUI arrest last month on the Fort Campbell army post.
Britt, speaking to media for the first time since the arrest, said via TitanInsider.com that he is worried about being punished, but accepts whatever happens to him.
“He wasn't that pleased at seeing me in there,” Britt said of Goodell. “No person would like to see their players in their office twice in one year.”
Britt, who now has eight incidents involving police since the Titans drafted him, was summoned to see Goodell last year following a string of incidents during the lockout. Goodell let him off with a warning at the time.
Britt did not reveal details of his conversation with Goodell on Monday, but he said he will take whatever punishment or suspension comes his way.
“It was a personal meeting. I'd rather wait to see what happens,” Britt said. “I'll go off what off his decision is....I'm a man about what I did and I'm going to take it on the chin, whatever he decides, and move forward.”
He did reveal a little bit of a a sense of humor, even in the wake of facing discipline. Asked by a reporter how he got into his current mess, Britt replied, "What? Don't you read the news?"
On another note, Britt, who is on PUP following three knee procedures, said his knees feel good and that this is the best he has felt since has last surgery four weeks ago on his left knee.
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