Lost and forgotten in a contract year that made Hakeem Nicks look like Randy Moss circa 2007, receiver Kenny Britt left the Titans in the offseason for a reunion with Jeff Fisher.
So far, so good.
Britt appears as a starter on the team’s first depth chart of camp, across from Tavon Austin and ahead of Brian Quick.
A first-round pick in 2009, Britt was breaking out in 2011 before a Week Three torn ACL threw his career off course even more than a rash of early-career run-ins with the law. Last year, he caught 11 passes for 96 yards in 12 appearances and three starts.
Elsewhere, Zac Stacy is listed as the top running back. Third-round rookie Tre Mason is listed at the top of the fourth-string-at-best “other” category.
Defensively, seventh-round rookie Michael Sam appears as the third-string right defensive end, behind Robert Quinn and Eugene Sims. First-round defensive tackle Aaron Donald shows up on the second team, behind Michael Brockers.