NASHVILLE, TN - SEPTEMBER 18: Kenny Britt #18 of the Tennessee Titans scores a touchdown as Domonique Foxworth #24 of the Baltimore Ravens defends during the second quarter at LP Field on September 18, 2011 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Grant Halverson/Getty Images)
The Titans concluded their offseason work today. The players will now have a break until the start of training camp at the end of July. In years past, time off like that was bad news for Kenny Britt, but our star receiver has turned over a new leaf. He plans on staying in town and continuing his rehab at Baptist Sports Park according to Jim Wyatt:
"I want to get my work in and make sure my knee is right and make sure I am doing the right thing to get my knee right," he said. "Do I think I am going to be ready (for the season opener)? I am confident I’ll be ready. We just don’t know what God has in store for me that day. But I am pushing for it and my goal is to be there in camp with the guys."We likely won't hear any updates on Britt until camp opens. My guess is that the scope he underwent a few weeks ago was a bigger deal than we were led to believe, and he will be very limited in camp. An ACL injury typically takes a full year to recover from, so we probably will not see Britt at full strength until the middle of the season.
The good news here is that all of the reviews on Kendall Wright thus far have been fantastic. If he can perform at a high level early on, it will really allow the team to ease Britt back.