The Return of Kenny Britt: Week 2 against San Diego Chargers
Having Britt come back to the team this week is extremely important considering the other injuries that the teams has suffered in the last couple of weeks. While the injury report still considers him as questionable there is no reason why Birtt should not be playing today. He may not see many snaps, but he will be on the field. Nate Washington on the other hand, is more than likely going to sit this one out.
It’s going to be a breath of fresh air for the Titans as Britt and Chris Johnson are able to provide yards in the game against the San Diego Chargers. The team still has Kendall Wright available if need be, however he didn’t show a very solid side of himself last week with only 37 yards against the New England Patriots.
“I think it’s just great to start getting some of your better players back”, head coach Mike Munchak said, “Having him, a guy we all know what he’s capable of once we have him completely healthy.” This statement gives fans a solid judgment that he will be playing, but probably won’t be in all game.
Injuries for the San Diego Chargers include; tackle Jared Gaither (back) and cornerback Shareece Wright (foot), neither will play in the game. Tight end Antonio Gates (ribs) and running back Ryan Mathews (clavicle) are both questionable. And finally wide receiver Richard Goodman (concussion), cornerback Quenton Jammer (thumb) and defensive tackle Antonio Garay (ankle) are listed as probable.
The Titans and Chargers will kickoff at the newly enforced time by the NFL, 3:25 CT.
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