Britt aired a personal grievance on Wednesday afternoon by posting a picture of a fine he received from the Titans on the social media site Instagram. The fourth-year receiver was fined $9,915 earlier in the day for missing a mandatory session with a team trainer on Tuesday.
On Monday, Britt met with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell in New York to discuss his latest off-field altercation. Britt was arrested on July 20 for suspicion of DUI at Ft. Campbell in Kentucky. Munchak didn't indicate if Britt encountered any travel difficulties during his trip back to Nashville.
“When you fine someone it's a private matter, it's between the club and the player,” Munchak said. “The guys know the rules if they don't follow them, there's no gray in them.”
Britt wasn't available for comment on Thursday.
When Munchak met with reporters on early Thursday evening he said he hadn't spoken with Britt at any point during the day.
“I'm fine with where I'm at with him at right now,” Munchak said. “In the last couple days we've been talking a lot. It's not a 'well he's coming to the principal's office (type thing),' but I'm going to spend time with him. I'll sit down and talk with him about other things just not this.”
While Munchak indicated that the Titans don't have a specific social media policy, he wants his players to realize that they are accountable for their actions in circumstances such as Britt's. Following Thursday's practice, wide receiver Nate Washington said he doesn't even have Instagram, Twitter or Facebook accounts.
“If you're looking to follow me, you're following the wrong person,” Washington said.
Much like last month's incident at Ft. Campbell, Titans' players continue to support Britt -- at least publicly.
“There's only so much people can say to you, there's only so much people can do for you,” Washington said. “I'm here for him constantly to give him advice, but he's his own man. The things he decides to do, that's not on me.”
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