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Kenny Britt resolves New Jersey court case

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Last summer it seemed like Titans receiver Kenny Britt was winding up on these pages almost daily for running afoul of the law in Nashville or New Jersey.

He’s started to clear his docket of some of those cases. He had charges of providing false information on drivers license dropped last month and he resolved a case stemming from an arrest in New Jersey last June on Tuesday. For those who have lost track of Britt’s history, this was the case dealing with Britt destroying a marijuana blunt while cops were approaching him on suspicion that he had illegal drugs. Britt was charged with resisting arrest, tampering with evidence and obstructing government functions. He pleaded not guilty to those charges in July.

On Tuesday, Britt pleaded guilty to disturbing the peace and paid a $1,500 fine to settle the case, according to the Associated Press. Britt tore his ACL in the third week of the 2011 season and the Titans believe he’ll be ready to go once training camp rolls around. Assuming, of course, no more legal trouble gets in the way.

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7 Responses to “Kenny Britt resolves New Jersey court case”
  1. trbowman says: Feb 1, 2012 12:43 PM

    “Assuming, of course, no more legal trouble gets in the way.”

    Fat chance.

  2. ljtola says: Feb 1, 2012 12:48 PM

    Time to revisit that draft and look at who the best receiver picks were. Funny how the two most dominant guys in Britt and Nicks went at the end of round 1 and the top two taken are taking longer to get things going. Harvin and Maclin taken in between have done a nice job.

  3. prior0knowledge says: Feb 1, 2012 1:14 PM

    “false information” on a drivers license???? what was the problem, weight wrong? sheez, the cops were stretching on that one. Was that one of those Tennessee “being black on a sunny day” stops?

  4. cmoney20 says: Feb 1, 2012 2:18 PM


    No it was one of those New Jersey “being black on a sunny day” stops.

  5. Nikhil Balakumar says: Feb 1, 2012 2:34 PM

    if he stays healthy he will be a top. 5 WR

  6. rascalmanny says: Feb 1, 2012 2:38 PM

    When was the last time Britt put in a full season?

    Yeah, he’s got a lot of talent….but what good is it if he’s not on the field?

    We’ll see if he can make it in the off season.

  7. johntonioholmes says: Feb 1, 2012 4:03 PM

    Guy should have been suspended for 8 games this season. But since his name isn’t Ben Roethlisberger and no one knows who he is, he got a free pass.

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