The Rams are hosting a player whom coach Jeff Fisher knows well.
In some ways, Britt is one of the more interesting players in free agency.
The Titans’ first-round pick in 2009, Britt (6-3, 223) has caught 157 passes for 2,450 yards and 19 TDs in five NFL seasons, the first two of which were spent with Fisher. He doesn’t turn 26 until September, which could suggest he has some good years left. Moreover, at his best earlier in his career, he was a starter-caliber receiver with major playmaking ability.
However, Britt suffered a serious right knee injury three games into the 2011 season, tearing his ACL and MCL as he appeared on his way to a monster season. He returned for the 2012 season and kept a key role, catching 45 passes for 589 yards and four TDs in 14 games (11 starts).
But in 2013, Britt played a far more limited part in the offense, hauling in 11 passes for 96 yards in 12 games (three starts).
A Britt-Fisher reunion in St. Louis could make some sense for both parties. The team could still use a little more receiving help, and Britt will need to go somewhere else in an attempt to rejuvenate his career.