I was really high on Britt in the draft and still very high on his talents. But he hasn't proven to be a good professional. It's hard to say if Britt is just a bad guy, or a guy who just never really look grew up with the lack of leadership and that circus surrounding the titans over the last few years.
If this is true, let us remember that the Ravens were willing to take a chance on the troubled Rolando McClain because of his raw talent. There is no doubt that Britt would be a great talent opposite Torrey and Flacco would easily be the best QB he's played with. A fresh start in a great structured organization might be exactly what Kenny Britt needs.
I'd be very interesting to see how this would play out. If Britt is added he's clearly one of the top 2 WRs on this team with Torrey. If that's the case, Jacoby's role is even lesser because Stokely is still the slot guy. So you're looking at paying JJ big money to be a role player on offense and it won't even be a big role imo. So do you trade JJ for Britt? Do you redo his contract? Do you now place DT or Quan on IR? I don't see a scenario where Brown isn't apart of the offense so then what becomes of Mellette? Does he get the phantom IR injury? If true this could shake things up a bit.
Regarding the McClain comparison, this situation is completely different. For McClain, we were able to sign him at the minimum and guarantee him nothing. For Britt, we'd have to give up a high to mid round pick, and because of that, likely throw an extension at him as well. There's a lot more risk involved here.
With that being said, I still don't know. He's got tons of talent but injuries and attitude have held him back. I'm not 100% sold on the WR position, but I think the emergence of Brown and the consistency of Stokley really makes the corps a lot better. As of now, I'm not for it, but I'm not against it either. If he does end up here, I assume that's because the proper homework was done and we think he can offer a lot.