According to the Titans' Twitter feed, Britt practiced on a limited basis on Wednesday:
Munchak said Kenny Britt was limited in practice today. #Titans— Tennessee Titans (@tennesseetitans) October 3, 2012
Britt was able to play on a limited basis against the San Diego Chargers in Week 2, recording one catch for five yards. He then caught six passes for 55 yards against the Detroit Lions in Week 3 before injuring his ankle in the fourth quarter.
Not only is this a tough break for Britt, but it hampers the Titans offense. Aside from their 44-point outburst versus Detroit, the team has scored less than 15 points in every other game this season.
Britt isn't a complete solution to that issue, but if healthy, he's the best vertical threat on the team.
Sadly, that's a big if. Britt missed all but three games last season with a torn ACL. Add in the fact that he's had eight run-ins with the police since being drafted in 2009, and he's yet to realize his full potential.
According to ESPN, Britt is owned in nearly 93 percent of standard-scoring leagues. He's a capable bench option, especially when you consider the production he's capable of.
In 2009, as a rookie, Britt had 42 catches for 701 yards and three touchdowns. He followed that up in 2010 with a 42-catch, 775-yard and nine-touchdown performance.
He's the No. 1 receiving option the Titans desperately need. Jake Locker has been ruled out for Sunday's game, according to ESPN, further hindering the team's offensive firepower.
Britt doesn't seem to be far away from playing, but his status could be up in the air all the way until game time.
Stay tuned for more updates concerning the Titans wideout.