Kenny Britt won't be facing a second fine from the Tennessee Titans after posting a photo of the letter he received fining him nearly $10,000 for missing a rehab treatment.
.“To be honest with you, I haven't read anything he wrote. I just know that he commented on the fact that he was upset, and I'll leave it at that,” Titans coach Mike Munchak said. “If something else comes of it, or if we feel that something is necessary to be done, then it'll be done. ...I don’t want to get into any details. The bottom line is he didn’t follow some rules. There are consequences and that’s it.”
Britt told TitanInsider.com that he was at home on Tuesday, an off day for the team, spending time with his daughter and failed to show up to have his knee iced.
Still, teammates and coaches may be tiring of the continued incidents that keep cropping up. Britt is already likely facing a suspension, stemming from a DUI arrest last month on an Army post.
Receiver Nate Washington, the Titans' most veteran receiver said, this, “It is getting to a point with Kenny where I try to stay away from the personal,” Washington said. “When you have kids and your own grown life and you're living by yourself, you're a grown man. There's only so much people can say to you.”
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