Once mentioned in the same breath as Calvin Johnson, Britt is coming off a season pockmarked with drops, missed blocks, penalties and mental mistakes. His game film was as shoddy as any wide receiver's in the NFL.
Still just 25 years old, though, Britt has been confident that he will turn his stalled career around.
"I am going to be a No. 1 receiver somewhere else if I am not here next year, and that is guaranteed," Britt told The Tennessean at the end of the season. "I am definitely going to be a receiver that makes plays on Sundays and makes something happen for a team."
Does the Arena Football League count as "somewhere else"?
Teammate Nate Washington, who stays in regular contact with Britt, insists the one-time knucklehead has made "tremendous strides" off the field.
"I'm pretty sure when he gets that opportunity again, he'll seize it," Washington said. "We all make mistakes, big or small, but all you can do is look forward to tomorrow. That's what he's doing, moving on and being a better man to his wife and his kids."
At this point, Britt's knees are as much of a red flag as his checkered past. Unlike most modern players, Britt hasn't bounced back to pre-injury form following ACL surgery.
We have no doubt that at least one team will roll the dice on Britt's once-mesmerizing talent. They just shouldn't count on him ever regaining No. 1 receiver form.