Police want to question Britt about stabbing
Kenny Britt has found trouble yet again.
Police in Jersey City, N.J. want to speak to the Tennessee Titans wide receiver regarding the stabbing of a close friend, according to the Jersey Journal.
Britt dropped the man, who was earlier reported to be the receiver's brother, off at a New Jersey hospital and left without answering questions from police about the incident. The man reportedly had non life-threatening injuries.
Police were twice called to the area in the overnight hours, first about a stabbing at a birthday party, and later regarding a gunshot being fired at a house near where the stabbing took place.
Details are still sketchy, but Britt has once again placed himself in a terrible situation and is putting his career closer and closer to being in jeopardy. He has been involved in a string of minor incidents since the Titans drafted him in 2009, and was suspended for one game last year following a DUI on an army base at Fort Campbell, Ky.
Twice, Britt has been called before Commissioner Roger Goodell to give an account for his transgressions, the latter visit which resulted in the suspension.
Britt, who was coming off knee surgery, had a down year in 2012, and in 2013 is entering the final year of his contract. Between the injuries and the off-field problems, Britt is certainly decreasing his chances of earning a contract extension in Tennessee.
But he may have bigger worries than that over this latest incident.
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Terry McCormick covers the Titans for TitanInsider.com