Kenny Britt: Titans Star Arrested for DUI at Fort Campbell

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Kenny Britt: Titans Star Arrested for DUI at Fort Campbell

NFL star Kenny Britt can’t seem to stay on the right side of the law.

According to Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean, the troubled WR was arrested for a DUI at Fort Campbell, an Army installation on the border of Kentucky and Tennessee.

The Tennessee Titans, Britt’s employer, are reportedly aware of the incident but aren't going to make a statement until they have more information.

This is certainly not the first run-in with law enforcement officials that Britt has had during his sometimes brilliant, often tumultuous professional football career.

Michael Fabiano of noted that this was the 23-year-old’s eighth arrest since joining the league in 2009.

Britt, a New Jersey native and former Rutgers Scarlet Knights standout, has a rap sheet that includes resisting arrest and marijuana possession following a car chase back in 2011.

Considering all of the high-profile incidents in his past, it’s highly likely that commissioner Roger Goodell, who has been attempting to clean up the league’s image during his tenure, will punish Britt.

The commish is going to have his hands full, as Yahoo! Sports’ Doug Farrar found this was the 27th NFL player to be arrested since the Super Bowl concluded on February 5.

Britt, who has been dealing with multiple knee injuries and surgeries since destroying his right ACL and MCL against the Denver Broncos back in September of 2011, was unlikely to suit up for Titans training camp next week.

He recently had another surgery on his left knee.

Britt’s knee problems, coupled with his legal troubles, put his tenure with the Titans—and potentially his career in the NFL—in serious jeopardy. 

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