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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Kaeotik, Mar 19, 2013.
The dude has amazing hands.
thats not the point dummy, it's how utterly retarded he seems to be to always have something pending.
I bet Kenny got burned a lot as kid.
Thats hot Kenny, don't touch it, (touches the toaster 10 times in a row), bet he even got his tongue stuck to a few poles as a kid too
Lol - I don't condone anything he has done. BUT if he has a big season I can't wait for you all to quickly change your tune.
If he has a crappy season fine let him go away. If he has a good season you better believe he'll be tagged for 10M or whatever the WR tag is or they work out a deal.
IDGAF how good he may become. Doesn't change the fact that he is a certified moron. And I really doubt he will finally come around this year.
The most time it never does. You just lose your license for a year!
and Kenny would be the guy who gets pulled over with a suspended license
Cops always catch up with ol Kenny B
last thing he needs is a suspended license
Outside of him breaking Calvin Johnson's receiving yards record there is nothing that will make me want to give Kenny Britt 10 million+ dollars. Even if he gets though a year healthy it will be his first and only year doing so. If we could hammer out a 2 year 14 million dollar deal then I'd be fine with that but he is to risky sign long term regardless of what he does next season.
We will also be up against the cap due to how active we have been in Free Agency this season and I don't see enough room to sign Britt at 10M+ an get extensions done with Velasco, Morgan, Ayers, and Casey.
Note:: Morgan, Ayers, and Casey are all scheduled to be UFA's after 2014 and none of them should be allowed to leave Tennessee.
How big of a season can you possibly have only playing 9-10 games?
If he's not standing in a court room he's sitting in the trainers room.
He does have good hands. To be honest though, people overrate his hands due to that utterly incredible one hand catch he had last season.