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Kenny Britt's Titans role in question after ugly outing

It's increasingly clear that Kenny Britt sits on the endangered list in Tennessee.

The fifth-year pro hauled in only one pass off six targets in Sunday's 26-17 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs, drawing the ire of the Tennessee Titans offensive coordinator.

"We're gonna have to reassess everything at this point. We'll evaluate after we watch the tape," Dowell Loggains said, per Terry McCormick of TitanInsider.com.

"Obviously, I'm not gonna hide anything. He had probably three drops in the game," Loggains said. "The one that bothered me most was when it was 17-13, and you've got third-and-2, and you've got to make that play. We dropped the ball, and it puts you in a tough spot. We were moving the football. We had kind of flipped the field again, and that hurt us."


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Britt was used as the team's third receiver behind Kendall Wright and Nate Washington. Along with the drop cited by Loggains, Britt also lost a ball in the end zone. A defender was all over him, but the pass could have been caught.

The drops have been frequent this season amid evidence that Britt is no longer the same guy after multiple knee procedures.

Tennessee reportedly has fielded offers for him, and Britt seems to know his run with the Titans is on thin ice. He arrived with so much potential, but as Loggains said in frustration Sunday: "Potential just means you haven't done anything."

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