Kenny Britt

WR / Cleveland Browns / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None Bye 9

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  • Kenny Britt: Unclaimed on waivers
    By RotoWire Staff

    Britt wasn't claimed on waivers, Field Yates of ESPN reports. Britt's contract ensure he wouldn't be claimed, but that doesn't mean he won't draw interest if he's willing to settle for a much smaller salary. At the very least, he'll get a shot with a new team in the offseason, after catching just 18 of 37 targets for 233 yards (6.3 per target) and two touchdowns in nine games with the Browns. Britt was actually one of the more efficient receivers in the league in 2016 with the Rams, catching 68 of 111 targets for 1,002 yards (9.0 per target) and five touchdowns.

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  • Browns' Kenny Britt: Waived by Cleveland
    By RotoWire Staff

    The Browns plan to waive Britt (ankle) on Friday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Signed to a four-year, $32.5 million contract this offseason with the expectation that he would seize the Browns' No. 1 receiver role, Britt was instead a catastrophic disappointment. In addition to missing three games -- including one in October seemingly for disciplinary reasons -- Britt was often missing in action on the field, hauling in just 18 of 38 targets for 233 yards and two touchdowns this season. With the recent returns of Corey Coleman from a hand injury and Josh Gordon from suspension, Britt's role in the offense had only gotten smaller in the last two weeks, prompting the 0-12 Browns to cut the veteran and proceed with younger players as depth options at wideout. It's not expected that any team will have interest in picking up Britt's salary, so look for him to go unclaimed off waivers before perhaps signing with another team on a low-cost contract.

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  • Britt (knee) was limited at practice Wednesday. Britt had plenty of time earlier this season to carve out a role in the Browns offense and didn't do a ton with the opportunity. Though the knee issue likely won't keep Britt off the field Sunday against the Packers, he won't be in line for many snaps now that Corey Coleman and Josh Gordon are back in the mix following lengthy absences and have reclaimed starting receiver roles for the Browns.

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  • Browns' Kenny Britt: Loses snaps Sunday
    By RotoWire Staff

    Britt was on the field for just 19 percent of the team's offensive snaps and caught two of three targets for 10 yards during Sunday's 19-10 loss to the Chargers. Of the five wideouts who saw field time Sunday, Britt earned the fewest amount of snaps, as Josh Gordon's return greatly cut into his role. Britt -- who has just 18 catches -- has been a huge disappointment in 2017, and his role doesn't figure to be changing any time soon.

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  • Browns' Kenny Britt: No longer on injury report
    By RotoWire Staff

    Britt (knee) doesn't carry an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Chargers. Now that both Corey Coleman and Josh Gordon (suspension) are available for the first time all season this week, Britt's fantasy upside, which was limited to begin with, takes another hit. Through eight games, Britt has logged just 16 catches for 223 yards and two scores, numbers that don't align very well with the four-year, $32.5 million contract he signed with the Browns back in March.

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