- However, Florio’s source mentions that Britt is still evaluating his options.
The Rams, Panthers, Bills and Patriots have all shown interest in Britt. However, Patriots owner Robert Kraft made it clear that they won’t be in the market for him.
Britt was expected to make a decision on his next team this past weekend, but it appears as though he is still weighing his options.
Britt, 25, is coming off of another hugely disappointing season for the Titans. Last year, he appeared in 12 games and totaled just 11 receptions for 96 yards and no touchdowns.
We have Britt listed as the No. 18 player in our Best Available Free Agents list.
- Keim adds that Washington is still waiting for Britt to make up his mind.
Britt’s agent, Pat Dye, recently mentioned that they are targeting a short-term contract this offseason that would allow him to rebuild his value.
Britt has visited with the Rams, Redskins, Patriots, and Bills since free agency got underway, but it sounds like the Patriots have moved on and are no longer in the running for Britt.
In St. Louis, Britt would be reunited with former HC Jeff Fisher and happens to fit one of the team’s needs.
Patriots owner Bob Kraft told reporters on Monday that they will not sign free agent WR Kenny Britt, despite meeting with him in recent weeks.
“We won’t be signing him,” Kraft said, via the Boston Herald. “That won’t happen.”
Britt has also visited with the Rams, Bills, and Redskins, so there appears to be enough of a market for him to possibly secure one-year contract at some point.
This news comes just a few hours after Britt’s agent, Pat Dye Jr, told Alex Marvez that his client has drawn interest from the Bills and the Panthers.
- Britt’s agent mentioned that visits could be scheduled with Buffalo and Carolina and adds that Britt will will most likely sign a short-term deal.