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Kenny Britt
WR #18
Height:
6-3
Weight:
223
Age:
26
College:
Rutgers
Hometown:
Bayonne, NJ
Experience:
7

Quick Stats (2014):

REC
48
YDS
748
AVG
15.6
TDS
3
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesReceivingRushingFumbles
GGSRecYdsAvgLongTDAttYdsAvgLngTDFUMLost
TOTAL 205 3,198 15.6 80 22 2 14 7 12 0 5 4
2014 STL 16 13 48 748 15.6 63T 3 2 14 7 12 0 -- --
2013 TEN 12 3 11 96 8.7 15 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2012 TEN 14 11 45 589 13.1 46 4 -- -- -- -- -- 2 1
2011 TEN 3 3 17 289 17 80T 3 -- -- -- -- -- 1 1
2010 TEN 12 7 42 775 18.5 80T 9 -- -- -- -- -- 1 1
2009 TEN 16 6 42 701 16.7 57 3 -- -- -- -- -- 1 1
Recent Games
WKOppResultReceivingRushingFumbles
RecYdsAvgLngTDAttYdsAvgLngTDFUMLost
1 MIN L 6-34 0 0 -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2 @TB W 19-17 1 17 17 17 0 1 12 12 12 0 -- --
3 DAL L 31-34 5 69 13.8 38 0 1 2 2 2 0 -- --
5 @PHI L 28-34 3 68 22.7 32 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
6 SF L 17-31 3 39 13 18 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
7 SEA W 28-26 2 4 2 6 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
8 @KC L 7-34 2 52 26 43 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
9 @SF W 13-10 2 32 16 21 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
10 @ARI L 14-31 3 31 10.3 14 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
11 DEN W 22-7 4 128 32 63 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
12 @SD L 24-27 2 37 18.5 27 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
13 OAK W 52-0 1 13 13 13 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
14 @WAS W 24-0 2 52 26 41 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
15 ARI L 6-12 5 65 13 22 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
16 NYG L 27-37 9 103 11.4 27 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
17 @SEA L 6-20 4 38 9.5 12 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

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Biography

TRANSACTIONS: Signed contract extension with St. Louis (3/18/15)...signed with the Rams (4/1/14)...selected by the Tennessee Titans in the first round (30th overall) of the 2009 NFL Draft.

PRO: Seven-year NFL veteran, just completed his first as a Ram...notched a career-high 48 catches in 2014...in Britt’s first two seasons (2009–2010), he led the Titans with a total of 1,476 receiving yards and tied for the team lead with 12 touchdown recep- tions...in that period of time, he ranked sixth in the NFL with a 17.6-yard receiving average. He began his third season on a torrid pace, catching 17 passes for 289 yards and three touchdowns before tearing his right ACL and MCL in the team’s fourth game... in the first two games of 2011, Britt’s 271 combined receiving yards ranked second in franchise history through the first two weeks of the season, trailing only Charley Hennigan’s 347 in 1962...with 701 receiving yards as a rookie and 775 yards in 2010, Britt became the first Titans/Oilers player since Chris Sanders (1995–1996) to lead the squad in receiving yards in each of his first two seasons...recorded one of the best receiving games in Titans’ franchise annals against the Eagles on Oct. 24, 2010, when he caught seven passes for 225 yards and three touchdowns...his yardage total ranked fifth in team history...in 2009, his rookie receiving yardage total (701 yards) ranked fifth in franchise rookie history and was the highest by a Titans rookie receiver since Chris Sanders’ 823 yards in 1995.

2014 SEASON: Collected a career-high 48 catches for 748 yards and three touchdowns...vs. New York Giants (12/21): Started at wide receiver...led the team in receptions with nine and 103 yards...his nine catches was his season high...the last time he posted nine catches was when he was a member of the Titans vs. Baltimore (9/18/11)...marked his second 100-yard receiv- ing performance as a Ram...vs. Arizona (12/11): Started at wide receiver...recorded five receptions for 65 yards...vs. Denver (11/16): Started at wide receiver...hauled in four passes for 128 yards, his best as a Ram... marked the first 100-yard receiver for the Rams...his 63-yard touchdown pass was the longest reception by a Ram in 2014...at San Francisco (11/2): Started at wide receiver...hauled in two passes for 32 yards and one touchdown...at Philadelphia (10/5): Saw action at wide receiver...hauled in three catches for 68 yards....caught his first touchdown as a Ram in the fourth quarter on a 30-yard pass from QB Austin Davis... vs. Dallas (9/21): Saw action at wide receiver...notched five catches for 69 yards...had one rush for 2 yards...at Tampa Bay (9/14): Saw action at wide reciever...made hist first catch as a Ram for 17 yards...had one rush for 12 yards.

2013 SEASON: Played in 12 games with three starts at wide receiver and caught 11 passes for 96 yards...at Pittsburgh (9/8): Started at wide receiver and caught one pass for 15 yards...at Houston (9/15): Started at wide receiver and hauled in four recep- tions for 28 yards.

2012 SEASON: Appeared in 14 games with 11 starts and tied for the team lead with four receiving touchdowns...ranked third on the team with 45 receptions and 589 receiving yards...led or tied for the team lead in receptions four times in 2012 (vs. CHI, at MIA, at IND, vs. JAX)...led the team in receiving yards four times in 2012 (vs. CHI, at MIA, at IND, at GB)...vs. Detroit (9/23): Started at wide receiver and snared six receptions for 55 yards...converted a third-and-three in the first quarter with a 17-yard grab on the left sideline...vs. Pittsburgh (10/11): Saw action as a reserve at wide receiver and caught four passes for 62 yards with a touchdown...kept the Titans’ first scoring drive alive with a 15-yard catch on third-and-three in the opening stanza...tied the game at 23-23 with a five-yard touchdown catch with 4:19 left to play in the fourth quarter...vs. Houston (12/2): Started at wide receiver and notched two receptions for 40 yards and a touchdown...hauled in a 34-yard touchdown strike from Jake Locker...at Indianapolis (12/9): Started at wide receiver and led the team with eight receptions and 143 receiving yards.

2011 SEASON: Started the first three games at wide receiver and registered 17 receptions for 289 yards and three touchdowns... was placed on injured reserve on Sept. 28, 2011 after suffering a season-ending knee injury against Denver (9/25/11)...his 271 receiving yards over the first two weeks of the season were the second most in franchise history through first two weeks, behind only Charley Hennigan, who had 347 in 1962...at Jacksonville (9/11): Started at wide receiver and led the team with 136 receiv- ing yards on five receptions, including two touchdowns catches...hauled in a shovel pass from Matt Hasselbeck and raced 80 yards for a touchdown in the third quarter...vs. Baltimore (9/18): Started at wide receiver and snared a career-best nine recep- tions for 135 yards with a touchdown.

2010 SEASON: Appeared in 12 games with six starts at wide receiver...finished second on the team with 42 receptions and led the squad with 775 receiving yards and nine receiving touchdowns...placed seventh in the NFL with an 18.5-yard receiving aver- age...led or tied for the team lead in receptions four times in 2010 (vs. PIT, at DAL, vs. PHI, vs. HST)...led the team in receiving yards four times in 2010 (at DAL, vs. PHI, vs. HST, at IND)...a right hamstring injury suffered at San Diego (10/31) caused him to miss four games...vs. Philadelphia (10/24): Led the team and tied a career high with seven receptions for a career-best 225 yards and three touchdowns...the 225 receiving yards were the fifth most in franchise history and the most since Drew Bennett amassed 233 yards against Kansas City (12/13/04)...hauled in a 26-yard touchdown catch in the corner of the end zone..notched a 34-yard reception down the left sideline...vs. Houston (12/19): Led the team with six receptions and 128 receiving yards... kickstarted the Titans’ second touchdown drive with a 59-yard reception off a deflected pass in the first quarter.

2009 SEASON: In his rookie season, led the team with 701 receiving yards and finished fourth on the squad with 42 recep- tions...was one of two Titans rookies in 2009 to play in all 16 games, recording six starts...ranked fifth in franchise rookie history in receiving yards and produced the highest receiving yardage total by a Titans rookie receiver since Chris Sanders’ 823 yards in 1995...tied for sixth in team annals in receptions by a rookie...ranked eighth in the NFL with a 16.7-yard receiving average... led the team in receiving yards six times (at PIT, at NYJ, at JAX, at HST, vs. ARI, vs. STL), and led or tied for the team lead in receptions four times (at NYJ, at JAX, at HST, vs. ARI). Registered two 100-yard receiving games (at JAX, vs. ARI)...vs. Arizona (11/29): Tied a career-best with seven receptions for a career-high 128 yards, including the game-winning score in the Titans’ 20-17 come-from-behind victory...hauled in a 51-yard catch in the fourth quarter...registered a 10-yard touchdown catch in the back of the end zone on fourth-and-goal with no time remaining in the game.

COLLEGE: In a three-year career at Rutgers University (34 games, 31 starts), set a Big East Conference record with 3,043 receiving yards. He additionally became Rutgers’ all-time leader in career touchdown receptions (17, tied with Chris Brantley), consecutive 100-yard receiving game (five in 2008), career 100-yard receiving games (14), single-season receiving yards (1,371 in 2008) and single-season receptions (87 in 2008). His 178 career receptions ranked third in Rutgers history and fourth in Big East history. Britt’s 14 career 100-yard games set a school record and tied former Pittsburgh wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald’s conference record...as a junior (2008), named Associated Press third-team all-American, all-Big East first-team selection and unanimous all-conference media selection. Ranked second in nation in receiving yards per game (114.2) and eighth in nation in receptions per contest (7.4). Led Big East and tied Rutgers records with 87 total receptions and 1,371 receiving yards. Recorded eight 100-yard games, including school-record five consecutive 100-yard efforts...as a sophomore (2007), was second-team all-Big East selection after finishing second on team with 62 receptions for then-school-record (broke in 2008) 1,232 yards, an average of 19.9 yards per catch. Scored eight touchdowns...as a freshman (2006), played nine games, including starts in six of final seven contests, and totaled 29 receptions for 440 yards and two touchdowns. Totaled nine plays of 20 yards or longer.

PERSONAL: Married to Sabrina and splits time between Nashville and Bayonne, N.J., with his son, Aiden, and his daughter, Ava...at Bayonne (N.J.) High School, earned first-team all-Hudson County honors from Hudson County Interscholastic Athletic Association, the Star-Ledger and Jersey Journal. Named fifth-best overall talent in New Jersey by Rivals.com after producing 24 receptions for 462 yards and six touchdowns...also participated in track and finished second in state in 50m-dash as senior...list of favorites: (movie) “The Bourne Ultimatum”; (TV shows) “Family Guy,” “Bernie Mac” and “The Simpsons”; (music artist) Albee Al; (school subjects) math and black history; and (food) his father’s lasagna...born Kenneth Lawrence Britt on Sept. 19, 1988 in Bayonne, N.J...majored in criminal justice...participated in numerous community events, including Coach Fisher & Friends Celebrity Softball game, United Way Kickoff for Charity Luncheon and the All-Community Team Ticket Prgoram - Britt’s Bombers.

TRANSACTIONS: Signed contract extension with St. Louis (3/18/15)...signed with the Rams (4/1/14)...selected by the Tennessee Titans in the first round (30th overall) of the 2009 NFL Draft.

PRO: Seven-year NFL veteran, just completed his first as a Ram...notched a career-high 48 catches in 2014...in Britt’s first two seasons (2009–2010), he led the Titans with a total of 1,476 receiving yards and tied for the team lead with 12 touchdown recep- tions...in that period of time, he ranked sixth in the NFL with a 17.6-yard receiving average. He began his third season on a torrid pace, catching 17 passes for 289 yards and three touchdowns before tearing his right ACL and MCL in the team’s fourth game... in the first two games of 2011, Britt’s 271 combined receiving yards ranked second in franchise history through the first two weeks of the season, trailing only Charley Hennigan’s 347 in 1962...with 701 receiving yards as a rookie and 775 yards in 2010, Britt became the first Titans/Oilers player since Chris Sanders (1995–1996) to lead the squad in receiving yards in each of his first two seasons...recorded one of the best receiving games in Titans’ franchise annals against the Eagles on Oct. 24, 2010, when he caught seven passes for 225 yards and three touchdowns...his yardage total ranked fifth in team history...in 2009, his rookie receiving yardage total (701 yards) ranked fifth in franchise rookie history and was the highest by a Titans rookie receiver since Chris Sanders’ 823 yards in 1995.

2014 SEASON: Collected a career-high 48 catches for 748 yards and three touchdowns...vs. New York Giants (12/21): Started at wide receiver...led the team in receptions with nine and 103 yards...his nine catches was his season high...the last time he posted nine catches was when he was a member of the Titans vs. Baltimore (9/18/11)...marked his second 100-yard receiv- ing performance as a Ram...vs. Arizona (12/11): Started at wide receiver...recorded five receptions for 65 yards...vs. Denver (11/16): Started at wide receiver...hauled in four passes for 128 yards, his best as a Ram... marked the first 100-yard receiver for the Rams...his 63-yard touchdown pass was the longest reception by a Ram in 2014...at San Francisco (11/2): Started at wide receiver...hauled in two passes for 32 yards and one touchdown...at Philadelphia (10/5): Saw action at wide receiver...hauled in three catches for 68 yards....caught his first touchdown as a Ram in the fourth quarter on a 30-yard pass from QB Austin Davis... vs. Dallas (9/21): Saw action at wide receiver...notched five catches for 69 yards...had one rush for 2 yards...at Tampa Bay (9/14): Saw action at wide reciever...made hist first catch as a Ram for 17 yards...had one rush for 12 yards.

2013 SEASON: Played in 12 games with three starts at wide receiver and caught 11 passes for 96 yards...at Pittsburgh (9/8): Started at wide receiver and caught one pass for 15 yards...at Houston (9/15): Started at wide receiver and hauled in four recep- tions for 28 yards.

2012 SEASON: Appeared in 14 games with 11 starts and tied for the team lead with four receiving touchdowns...ranked third on the team with 45 receptions and 589 receiving yards...led or tied for the team lead in receptions four times in 2012 (vs. CHI, at MIA, at IND, vs. JAX)...led the team in receiving yards four times in 2012 (vs. CHI, at MIA, at IND, at GB)...vs. Detroit (9/23): Started at wide receiver and snared six receptions for 55 yards...converted a third-and-three in the first quarter with a 17-yard grab on the left sideline...vs. Pittsburgh (10/11): Saw action as a reserve at wide receiver and caught four passes for 62 yards with a touchdown...kept the Titans’ first scoring drive alive with a 15-yard catch on third-and-three in the opening stanza...tied the game at 23-23 with a five-yard touchdown catch with 4:19 left to play in the fourth quarter...vs. Houston (12/2): Started at wide receiver and notched two receptions for 40 yards and a touchdown...hauled in a 34-yard touchdown strike from Jake Locker...at Indianapolis (12/9): Started at wide receiver and led the team with eight receptions and 143 receiving yards.

2011 SEASON: Started the first three games at wide receiver and registered 17 receptions for 289 yards and three touchdowns... was placed on injured reserve on Sept. 28, 2011 after suffering a season-ending knee injury against Denver (9/25/11)...his 271 receiving yards over the first two weeks of the season were the second most in franchise history through first two weeks, behind only Charley Hennigan, who had 347 in 1962...at Jacksonville (9/11): Started at wide receiver and led the team with 136 receiv- ing yards on five receptions, including two touchdowns catches...hauled in a shovel pass from Matt Hasselbeck and raced 80 yards for a touchdown in the third quarter...vs. Baltimore (9/18): Started at wide receiver and snared a career-best nine recep- tions for 135 yards with a touchdown.

2010 SEASON: Appeared in 12 games with six starts at wide receiver...finished second on the team with 42 receptions and led the squad with 775 receiving yards and nine receiving touchdowns...placed seventh in the NFL with an 18.5-yard receiving aver- age...led or tied for the team lead in receptions four times in 2010 (vs. PIT, at DAL, vs. PHI, vs. HST)...led the team in receiving yards four times in 2010 (at DAL, vs. PHI, vs. HST, at IND)...a right hamstring injury suffered at San Diego (10/31) caused him to miss four games...vs. Philadelphia (10/24): Led the team and tied a career high with seven receptions for a career-best 225 yards and three touchdowns...the 225 receiving yards were the fifth most in franchise history and the most since Drew Bennett amassed 233 yards against Kansas City (12/13/04)...hauled in a 26-yard touchdown catch in the corner of the end zone..notched a 34-yard reception down the left sideline...vs. Houston (12/19): Led the team with six receptions and 128 receiving yards... kickstarted the Titans’ second touchdown drive with a 59-yard reception off a deflected pass in the first quarter.

2009 SEASON: In his rookie season, led the team with 701 receiving yards and finished fourth on the squad with 42 recep- tions...was one of two Titans rookies in 2009 to play in all 16 games, recording six starts...ranked fifth in franchise rookie history in receiving yards and produced the highest receiving yardage total by a Titans rookie receiver since Chris Sanders’ 823 yards in 1995...tied for sixth in team annals in receptions by a rookie...ranked eighth in the NFL with a 16.7-yard receiving average... led the team in receiving yards six times (at PIT, at NYJ, at JAX, at HST, vs. ARI, vs. STL), and led or tied for the team lead in receptions four times (at NYJ, at JAX, at HST, vs. ARI). Registered two 100-yard receiving games (at JAX, vs. ARI)...vs. Arizona (11/29): Tied a career-best with seven receptions for a career-high 128 yards, including the game-winning score in the Titans’ 20-17 come-from-behind victory...hauled in a 51-yard catch in the fourth quarter...registered a 10-yard touchdown catch in the back of the end zone on fourth-and-goal with no time remaining in the game.

COLLEGE: In a three-year career at Rutgers University (34 games, 31 starts), set a Big East Conference record with 3,043 receiving yards. He additionally became Rutgers’ all-time leader in career touchdown receptions (17, tied with Chris Brantley), consecutive 100-yard receiving game (five in 2008), career 100-yard receiving games (14), single-season receiving yards (1,371 in 2008) and single-season receptions (87 in 2008). His 178 career receptions ranked third in Rutgers history and fourth in Big East history. Britt’s 14 career 100-yard games set a school record and tied former Pittsburgh wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald’s conference record...as a junior (2008), named Associated Press third-team all-American, all-Big East first-team selection and unanimous all-conference media selection. Ranked second in nation in receiving yards per game (114.2) and eighth in nation in receptions per contest (7.4). Led Big East and tied Rutgers records with 87 total receptions and 1,371 receiving yards. Recorded eight 100-yard games, including school-record five consecutive 100-yard efforts...as a sophomore (2007), was second-team all-Big East selection after finishing second on team with 62 receptions for then-school-record (broke in 2008) 1,232 yards, an average of 19.9 yards per catch. Scored eight touchdowns...as a freshman (2006), played nine games, including starts in six of final seven contests, and totaled 29 receptions for 440 yards and two touchdowns. Totaled nine plays of 20 yards or longer.

PERSONAL: Married to Sabrina and splits time between Nashville and Bayonne, N.J., with his son, Aiden, and his daughter, Ava...at Bayonne (N.J.) High School, earned first-team all-Hudson County honors from Hudson County Interscholastic Athletic Association, the Star-Ledger and Jersey Journal. Named fifth-best overall talent in New Jersey by Rivals.com after producing 24 receptions for 462 yards and six touchdowns...also participated in track and finished second in state in 50m-dash as senior...list of favorites: (movie) “The Bourne Ultimatum”; (TV shows) “Family Guy,” “Bernie Mac” and “The Simpsons”; (music artist) Albee Al; (school subjects) math and black history; and (food) his father’s lasagna...born Kenneth Lawrence Britt on Sept. 19, 1988 in Bayonne, N.J...majored in criminal justice...participated in numerous community events, including Coach Fisher & Friends Celebrity Softball game, United Way Kickoff for Charity Luncheon and the All-Community Team Ticket Prgoram - Britt’s Bombers.

 

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