Titans WR Kenny Britt surrenders to Metro police

Titans WR Kenny Britt surrenders to Metro police (Image 1)

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Tennessee Titans wide receiver Kenny Britt surrendered to Metro police Wednesday on two outstanding warrants sworn out by the Tennessee Highway Patrol two months ago.

Britt is alleged to have made inaccurate statements on his driver's license application on at least one occasion.  The charge is a misdemeanor.

Metro police spokesperson Don Aaron said officers attempted to serve Britt with the warrants at his residence on April 14 but he wasn't home.

Britt surrendered at police headquarters in Nashville Wednesday and was booked into the Metro jail on a $2,000 bond.

Britt has been involved in a total of seven incidents with police since he was drafted by Tennessee in 2009 including two arrests this year in his home state of New Jersey.

Willie Daunic of 104.5 The Zone's Sports Zone, told Nashville's News 2 when the NFL lockout comes to an end the league is going to have to discuss the matters of Britt.

“I think fortunately for Kenny he hasn't done any one particular thing that's completely outrageous like a Pacman Jones situation, but it's the pattern of behavior that's a little bit troubling,” he said.

The sports host said he believes fans would like for the football player to act more professionally and that Britt would not likely escape the season without discipline.

“Because there's a pattern of behavior that there's a chance there's going to be some discipline. I don't think it will be outrageous [and] I don't think it will be near the level of Pacman Jones who gets suspended for an entire year,” Daunic said.
Britt posted bond immediately after turning himself into police.

Previous Stories:

  • June 23, 2011: NJ court date for Titans' Britt postponed
  • June 16, 2011: NJ charges against Titans' Britt downgraded
  • June 13, 2011: Kenny Britt wanted on outstanding warrants in Metro
  • June 9, 2011: Titans WR Kenny Britt arrested in NJ
  • April 13, 2011: Kenny Britt arrested for evading NJ police
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