Titans receiver Kenny Britt has twice had surgery on his right knee since tearing his ACL and MCL 10 months ago. Now Britt has had surgery on his left knee, too.
Britt had arthroscopic surgery on his left knee because he had been experiencing swelling after the team’s minicamp at the end of June, Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean reports. Britt has remained at the Titans’ facility to rehab the knee.
The arthroscopic surgery on his left knee came a month after he had arthroscopic surgery on his right knee in May after experiencing discomfort and swelling during offseason workouts. He had major reconstructive surgery on his right knee shortly after tearing his ACL and MCL on September 25.
Britt appeared poised for an excellent season last year, with 14 catches for 271 yards and three touchdowns in the Titans’ first two games. But Britt was lost for the season in the third game, and the latest news raises more questions about whether knee problems are going to continue to plague Britt.
At age 23, Britt should be just entering his prime. But bad knees can take a receiver’s prime away from him.