Kenny Britt's Public Gripes About Fine May Be the Final Straw for the Titans

Benjamin MottCorrespondent IIIAugust 9, 2012

If it wasn't bad enough that he is already facing a possible season-long suspension, Kenny Britt seems to think that it's OK to publicly gripe about a fine given to him by the Tennessee Titans.

Britt said the following on a picture posted on Instagram:

"Yu gotta be (expletive) kidding me.. walk back to dis.. Don't dey know I have kids .. I'm tired of did (expletive)."

Britt is a professional football player. He seems to not understand the "professional" part of that label. Therefore, as tough as it may be for the Titans to do based on his talent, they at the very least need to consider the possibility of releasing/trading the troubled receiver.

In my last article on Britt, I had brought up the fact that the Titans are pretty deep at receiver with players like Nate Washington and Kendall Wright—guys who don't constantly get into legal trouble.

It's completely understandable that Britt is upset about the fine. Who wouldn't be upset over losing money? However, trashing your team on a public forum like Instagram is not only unprofessional, but quite unnecessary as well.

With a possible season-long suspension looming, and now this newest development, it is not completely out of the question to think that we've seen the last of Britt in a Tennessee Titans uniform.

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