Kenny Britt wanted by Nashville police for outstanding warrants

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Kenny Britt is wanted by the cops again.  No, this isn’t just an automatic post we schedule each week to boost traffic.

Police in Nashville are looking for Kenny Britt in connection to two outstanding warrants issued by the Tennessee Highway Patrol, according to Jim Wyatt of the Tennesssean. Britt has been arrested six times since being drafted, almost all for “minor” offenses.  This one is yet another odd circumstance.

Police spokesman Don Aaron said Britt allegedly made inaccurate statements on his driver’s license applications on more than one occasion. It’s believed Britt lied about whether his license was suspended in the past.

Britt’s attorney Jonathan Farmer said his client plans to cooperate and will turn himself in when he returns to Nashville.  The charge against Britt is a misdemeanor.

Britt’s father recently said that his son would be much better off in Nashville rather than hanging out in New Jersey, where he has gotten into a great deal of trouble.

The reality is that Britt hasn’t stayed out of trouble for too long, no matter where he has been as a pro.

35 responses to “Kenny Britt wanted by Nashville police for outstanding warrants

  1. “Britt’s father recently said that his son would be much better off in Nashville rather than hanging out in New Jersey, where he has gotten into a great deal of trouble.”

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    Sorry dad, face it, lil Kenny is gonna get in trouble no matter where he is at.
    He is a blunt smoking, hoodlum player, and they do not feel they have to follow the laws or rules.

    Lil Kenny would be much better off in jail instead of trying to be a “partner” of the league.

  2. Boy if there was an expansion team made up of cons I would sign Vick, Britt, and Burress to start with. They could probably take the NFC West

  3. He has a great future as one of my evil henchmen. Number Two’s days are numbered.

  4. sounds to me like the cops in Nashville are harrassing Kenny. For starters they were “profiling” when they approached him about a blunt he was ‘supposedly’ smoking that they never found. Black dude in a nice car smoking something… oh it has to be weed.

  5. I know Ray Lewis said players will be arrested during the lock out, but the same guy over and over??

  6. Another good player just looking to throw it all away. I remember him coming out of college and SJ magazine profiled him. He was all about work ethic and wanting to prove himself. Is this what he wants to prove?

  7. Maybe Britt should have been drafted by the Police instead…would have saved a lot of time.

  8. C’mon man playing the race card really? How many black athletes are there that are great people and for some reason never end up being arrested or in trouble? There are just good people and bad people. It’s like when Pacman kept saying he was just in the wrong place at the wrong time. That might fly once but not 9 times.

  9. @vtsquirm – do I need to point out the inaccuracy of your comment or can you figure that out on your own? At least figure out which cops you are talking about before accusing them of racial profiling.

  10. It’s funny whoever the filter is on here must be bored as heck.

    I think “Ugh” is a perfectly legitimate response to the nonsense surrounding this guy right now. Do you have a minimum of at least one four letter word per post, or what?

    You need to go do something else with your time.

  11. Does nobody learn from the mistakes of others? How many promising young football players have to go down the same road? Do they think its cool? WTF? There are countless examples of guys who ruined their careers (a career most of us would die for), yet these guys continue to live like they’ve got nothing.

  12. Apparently he’s trying to get through the lockout by getting three hots and a cot for free. If he doesn’t watch it, that could end up being his retirement plan a lot sooner than he expects.

  13. There is a saying if you an a.s before you had money you will still be an a.. after you get paid. What a p.o.s. I am sorry but this guy is as ignorant as they come.

  14. Love this guy. Thanks for keeping the lockout mildly interesting by keeping me on the edge of my seat waiting for the next time you’ll be arrested. Usually, I don’t have to wait there long.

  15. schmitty2 says:

    Boy if there was an expansion team made up of cons I would sign Vick, Britt, and Burress to start with. They could probably take the NFC West

    ~~~

    Hmm, this sounds fun:

    QB: Mike Vick (reserve: Ben Rothy)
    RB:
    WR: Marvin Harrison
    WR: Plexaco Burress
    WR: Kenny Britt (reserve: Donte Stallworth)
    TE:
    OL:
    OL:
    OL:
    OL:
    OL:

    DL: Albert Haynesworth
    DL: Tank Johnson
    DL:
    DL:
    LB: Ray Lewis
    LB: Shawne Merriman
    LB:
    CB: Pacman Jones
    CB:
    SS:
    FS:

    Others?

  16. texansmike said:

    “I can guess what’s next. A visit from Plaxico and Dungy.”

    Y’know, if Dungy started charging for his services of vouching for/counseling black athletes who get into trouble with the law, Dungy could become a very, very rich man.

  17. automatic – no. regularly scheduled – yes.

    i thought ray ray said “guy” not “guys”…

  18. Just another example of the mind set of most NFL players (and pro athletes in general really) that the rules and laws of society DONT apply to them.

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