Kenny Britt #18 WR, Tennessee Titans
Today we are going to analyze another #18 with a much different free agent market outlook. Kenny Britt was the 30th pick of the 2009 NFL Draft. His production has been consistently below his immense talent. For the most part, the Titans are to blame for his inefficient production on the field. Constant change at the QB position and offensive philosophy has stunted Britt’s play. Last year, Britt struggled staying healthy with multiple knee injuries that required an off season to heal. Dowell Loggains has been brought in as OC to create a stable high-powered offense. The Titans have also bolstered their offensive line by utilizing their first round pick on Chance Warmack and free agent signing of Andy Levitre.
The wide receiver market is paced by Kenny Britt. There is no question that a big year will put Britt in the Top-5 WR money. We have to model around Mike Wallace’s 5 years, $60 million contract signed last off season. As long as the knee troubles do not continue, expect the 25 year old Britt to become a very rich man.
Estimated New Contract: 5 years, $64 million