Sources: Britt's knee described as 'not good'
Kenny Britt's knee injury was described as "not good" and "bad" by Tennessee Titans sources after Sunday's 17-14 victory over the Denver Broncos.
TitanInsider.com, citing multiple team sources, indicated that Britt's knee injury is serious and is potentially season-ending, pending the results of an MRI.
Britt was in the Titans locker room after the game, wearing a brace on his right knee and limping out as reporters approach. When asked about the knee, Britt replied, "I'm OK, and my status is that I'm limping."
NFL Network's Jason LaCanfora reported that Britt was expected to need season-ending surgery.
Britt had posted back-to-back 100-yard receiving games in the Titans first two games and had become quarterback Matt Hasselbeck's go-to guy in the passing game.
Terry McCormick covers the Titans for TitanInsider.com