Kenny Britt heads to league office on Monday

AP

As if Titans receiver Kenny Britt didn’t have enough problems, he’ll be heading to 345 Park Avenue on Monday for a meeting that could lead to a suspension.

What I expect tomorrow is a lot of questions,” Britt said Sunday, via the Associated Press.

There will be a lot of questions because Britt has had eight incidents during his NFL career.  Former Titans cornerback Pacman Jones was suspended a full year in 2007 after his 10th incident.

The only thing that may save Britt from a suspension is the fact that his most recent arrest, for drunk driving, falls under the substance-abuse policy.  And since it’s Britt’s first DUI arrest, he may escape with a two-game fine.

Then there’s the fact that the charges against Britt aren’t resolved, and may not be before the end of the season.

Thus, other than the lingering knee issue tracing to last season’s torn ACL, Britt may have no impediments to his ability to play.

Still, even without a suspension, Britt will indeed face a lot of questions.

Or maybe there will be only one:  “Kenny, what the hell is wrong with you?”