Titans fielding offers for Britt

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by TitanJeff, Sep 29, 2013.

  1. The Playmaker

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    There is no way we would get a 3rd round, we would be lucky to get a 5th.

    He's never healthy, always in trouble, we don't know what kind of locker room guy he is, some messed up ribs so far this season, and doesn't look the same since his knee injury. So yeah show me a team that would trade a 3rd round pick for this guy, who btw, is in his last year of his contract. So no guarantee he would even be there next year.
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  2. UrbanLegend3

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    If Boldin was only worth a 6th Kenny isn't worth sh*t. Even if Kenny plays at his peak for the rest of his career he still wouldn't even be close to Anquan's numbers.
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  3. J Falk

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    But why would we ever trade Britt for a 6th or a 7th round pick? 95% of the time they get cut. So why even waste it? Just ride it out, and if someone offers a 4th or even a 5th, snatch it up...
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  4. DeeT04

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    if we don't trade him. do you think he will be productive for us this season? I know its only 3 games in and jake locker isn't the greatest passing qb but britt has looked not so good. he does not seem healthy or happy.
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  5. Titans Eternal

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    That was a really bad trade that the Ravens made w/ Boldin. A player like him only getting a 6th has to do with cap and the harbaugh's. It is the exception, not the rule.
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  6. Titans Eternal

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    If by productive you mean drop 95% of the balls thrown his way, be totally unwilling to block, but entirely WILLING to get flags thrown because of holding, post drama on twatter, and be an all around worthless sack of ****- then yes, I Think KB could have a very productive season if we don't trade him.
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  7. UrbanLegend3

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    I hope that's true because I really couldn't understand that trade when it went down.
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  8. RavensShallBurn

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    Lions, Pats, Ravens, 49ers... Those would be the teams possibly interested.

    But I doubt anything comes of it.
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  9. DeeT04

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    lol and that's why I would rather take a chance on a 7th round pick then Kenny Britt for another "productive" season
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  10. mike75

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    Makes you wonder if Britt is becoming a big distraction behind the scenes.They could also want him gone not only because of poor play but also because he could be causing trouble in the locker room with his with tweets,comments to the media,etc.
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