Receiver Kenny Britt spent most of the 2013 season in the doghouse of former Tennessee Titans head coach Mike Munchak. Britt played in 12 games but was limited to just 11 catches for 96 yards on the season. Though his opportunities were limited last season, he’s still attracting interest on the free agent market.
In an interview with Alex Marvez and Phil Savage on Sirius XM NFL Radio, Britt’s agent, Pat Dye, said the Buffalo Bills have also expressed interest in the former Titans first-round draft pick.
The interest from Buffalo is in addition to interest from the St. Louis Rams, Washington Redskins, New England Patriots and Carolina Panthers. Britt has already taken visits to St. Louis, Washington and New England. Dye said that visits to Carolina and Buffalo remain a possibility as well.
The Panthers have a significant need at receiver and a deal with the Rams would reunite Britt with former Titans head coach Jeff Fisher. The Bills could also use additional help. Scott Chandler was the only receiver to gain more than 600 yards last season and no player had more than three receiving touchdowns.
Dye said a short-term contract for Britt is likely and they are looking for an opportunity for Britt to get playing time to help restore his value. Britt caught 42 passes for 775 yards and nine touchdowns in his best season in 2010. He missed most of the following season due to injury and less productive upon his return in 2012.