NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Struggling Titans receiver Kenny Britt says his teammates have noticed he's not going after the ball during games like he does during practice.
So after losing his starting job, Britt is ready to attack.
Britt has been in such a funk that he's lost his starting job to Kendall Wright with fans calling for him to be traded or simply kept off the field during games to keep him from dropping more passes. Britt said Wednesday this is definitely a bump in his career and he is working hard to play better.
The Titans (3-2) are sticking with Britt even though he has only six receptions and caught only one of six balls thrown at him last week.
They certainly could use the 6-foot-3 receiver Sunday against Seattle's big cornerbacks.