NFL spokesman Greg Aiello told TitansInsider.com on Thursday that potential discipline "is pending" regarding Britt and the matter remains under consideration by the league.
Britt had three run-ins with the law during the offseason. He's facing a Sept. 20 court date after he pleaded not guilty to disorderly conduct charges stemming from an incident at a Hoboken, N.J., car wash last month. In June, he was charged with two counts of falsifying information on his driver's license in Tennessee.
Those two situations occurred after Britt was arrested after attempting to elude police who were trying make a traffic stop in New Jersey. Britt eventually parked his car and walked away on foot, but he and a friend quickly were apprehended. He eventually pleaded guilty to careless driving.
Ordinarily, it would be a given that the league would hand down discipline for Britt, but the NFL lockout complicates matters since he wasn't technically a league employee from March 11 until the official end of the labor dispute this month.
Britt is expecting to hear from the league sooner rather than later.
"I'm waiting for a phone call, a letter in the mail, anything like that," Britt told TitansInsider.com last week. "I keep telling my fiancee to check the mail. But sooner or later, I know it's going to come."