Kenny Britt reported to Titans offseason workouts Monday and teammates were impressed with his physical condition.
In a recent appearance on PFT Live, Titans GM Ruston Webster was predictably noncommittal on Kenny Britt's future in Tennessee.
Kenny Britt has been found not guilty on charges stemming from his July 2012 arrest for DUI.
A New Jersey police spokesman said Friday that police officials still want to talk to Kenny Britt about last month's stabbing and shooting.
Randy Moss, who played with Kenny Britt in 2011 and still stays in touch with him, believes Britt is capable of ascending to "elite receiver" heights, "if he gets his mind right."
Kenny Britt was in Nashville Thursday to attend a judicial settlement hearing related to a lawsuit filed against him in 2011.
New Jersey police captain Edgar Martinez has asked Kenny Britt's attorney to arrange a meeting for further questioning in regards to the mid-January stabbing case.
Titans GM Ruston Webster says Kenny Britt will be "on the spot" in 2013.
Pro Football Weekly passes along "word" that the 2013 season will likely be Kenny Britt's last with the Titans.
In the five games following OC Chris Palmer's firing last season, Kenny Britt played on 83 percent of the offensive snaps.
Kenny Britt's lawyer says Britt is not a suspect in the stabbing/shooting incident he's been questioned about, and that New Jersey police have assured him there's "no chance" he'll be arrested.
Kenny Britt met with Jersey City Police on Tuesday, though a police spokesman declined to say whether Britt was a suspect in the case.
Kenny Britt's father said his son is cooperating with New Jersey police and is scheduled to meet with them Wednesday.
New Jersey police captain Edgar Martinez says Kenny Britt is "still not cooperating with police" in regards to a weekend shooting and stabbing, and they are still trying to locate the receiver.