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Tennessee Titans' Kenny Britt again has knee surgery

Kenny Britt can't stop having knee surgeries.

Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean reported Tuesday that the Tennessee Titans wide receiver recently underwent arthroscopic surgery on his left knee. That's the second surgery in three months for Britt, who had follow-up surgery on his right knee earlier this offseason. During the 2011 season, Britt tore his anterior cruciate ligament and medial collateral ligament, which also required surgery.

The Titans later confirmed to The Associated Press that Britt underwent the procedure toward the end of June, following the team's minicamp.

It's fair to wonder if Britt will be ready for the 2012 season. He continues to suffer significant setbacks. (We don't want to hear about "minor" surgery.) It's also fair to wonder if he'll be the same explosive player he was at the beginning of last season and if he can stay healthy.

We've been talking up the Titans' offense as a sleeper unit this year, but it needs Britt on the field. It's uncertain when that will happen again.

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