Titans Agree to Terms With Top Draft Pick Britt




NASHVILLE, Tenn. –** The Tennessee Titans have agreed to terms on a multi-year contract with wide receiver Kenny Britt.

The Titans selected Britt with their first round selection (30th overall) in the 2009 NFL Draft out of Rutgers.  In a three-year career for the Scarlet Knights, the 6-foot-3-inch wideout appeared in 34 games with 31 starts and set a Big East Conference record with 3,043 receiving yards. 

Additionally, Britt became Rutgers' all-time leader in career touchdown receptions (17, tied with Chris Brantley), consecutive 100-yard receiving game (five in 2008), career 100-yard receiving games (14), single-season receiving yards (1,371 in 2008) and single-season receptions (87 in 2008). 

Britt's 14 career 100-yard receiving games set a school record and tied former Pittsburgh wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald's conference record. 

As a junior in his final collegiate season, the Bayonne, N.J., native was named an Associated Press third-team All-American after ranking second in the nation with 114.3 receiving yards per game.

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