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Charges dropped against Titans' Britt for giving false information

Prosecutors dropped two charges against Tennessee Titans wide receiver Kenny Britt on Tuesday, according to The Tennessean.

Britt had been charged with two misdemeanor counts for providing inaccurate information on his driver's license application.

Britt has been involved in seven incidents involving police since he was drafted in 2009. He also faces disorderly persons charges stemming from an incident at a Hoboken, N.J., car wash last summer, when police suspected him of carrying a marijuana cigar.

Britt pleaded not guilty to three disorderly person charges in the case. His court case was also postponed Tuesday and rescheduled for Dec. 27, according to the report.

The NFL decided in August not to suspend Britt, who was ruled out for the season in September after he tore his right anterior cruciate ligament.

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