Britt, 25, is trying to resurrect his career after making just 11 catches last season with Tennessee.
"He's doing a great job," Schottenheimer said. "Still learning the system. It's been a little different for him, but each day he makes one or two big plays. It's kind of a big-man's game, that's what it's gone to. Very, very pleased with what he's done so far."
Britt had 11 catches for 96 yards and no touchdowns with the Titans last season but caught 16 scoring passes in the previous three seasons combined and has an existing relationship with Rams coach Jeff Fisher.
"It’s everything to me, to tell you the truth," Britt told ESPN.com. "My mind is free and relaxed right now. I’m taking this year as a rookie year, like when I first came into the league. That’s my mind state right now."
Britt has shown explosion and deep speed in OTAs, the report said.
"I stayed in touch with Kenny during my year off when he was rehabbing," Fisher said. "We spent some time together and I tried to help him get some things behind him. He did. He's got everything straightened out now. ... I think he’s back there physically right now. He's picked the offense up and has a good feel for what we're doing."
The addition of receiver
Britt's arrival also puts pressure on Chris Givens and Brian Quick to raise their games or risk losing snaps on the outside, the report said.
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