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Titans listening to offers for Kenny Britt

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You guys be interested for a low round draft pick?  He was on the verge of being a top tier reciever before he blew out his ACL and MCL a couple of years ago(12 games, 775 yrds and 9 TDs in 2010).  From the sounds of it, it seems like the Titans have been throwing him under the bus and blaming him for the teams problems.  Very much boom or bust.  I wouldn't want to give up much for him bc he is a huge question mark, but it would be worth the risk IMO for a 5th+ round pick.

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Low round pick only.

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.. or you could wait until the end of the season when they cut him and get him for the vet minimum and keep your pick..

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6th tops. too much trouble, injury prone but spectacular athlete.

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I'd take him I've watched a lot of titans games and he's a physical receiver that will fight for the ball but he also gets into a little bit of trouble off the field.

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7th round pick.

Chances are Britt will never be the same.

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tempting thought

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I'd offer a 5th at the very most.

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Heck yes I'd be interested, especially for a 6th or 7th.  He was the 13th overall pick in 2009, a year we didn't have a first round pick. 

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He sucks. Offer Fua.

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I've been on this for months! Do it G-Man!

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Heck yes I'd be interested, especially for a 6th or 7th. He was the 30th overall pick in 2009, a year we didn't have a first round pick.

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