Britt’s NFL career has been very tumultuous.
WR Kenny Britt and the St. Louis Rams agreed to a one-year, $1.4 Million contract, worth up to $2.9 Million, per Adam Schefter.
Britt’s 2013 campaign was a disaster. He played in 12 games, totaling 11 receptions, 96 yards, and no touchdowns.
In 2010, Britt’s second season in the NFL, the Rutgers product tallied 42 receptions, 775 yards, and nine touchdowns, respectively. At the time, Jeff Fisher was the Titans’ Head Coach.
Fisher, who works for the Rams in the same capacity, will reunite with the 25-year old. Fisher needs to keep close watch on Britt, who has been arrested several times since entering the league.
Britt has immense potential, and as long as he stays focused on football, the sky is the limit. He will benefit from Fisher.