By Anthony Caruso III
The Capital Sports Report
Owner/Managing Editor/Sr. Writer
Tennessee Titans wide receiver Kenny Britt may be in trouble again.
Britt has been arrested several times since coming into the league from Rutgers. And now, New Jersey police want to question him about an incident on Saturday night.
In the incident, the authorities first said it was his brother that was stabbed; however, they are not biological brothers.. And Britt dropped the individual off at a Jersey City hospital in the early morning hours of Sunday.
He is reportedly refusing to talk to the police about the incident. The authorities believe that he was involved in an altercation at the party, which later resulted in his brother being stabbed.
“This is an ongoing investigation, and when the detectives speak to him then we’ll know more,” Jersey City Police Capt. Edgar Martinez said on Sunday. “Right now, we have a lot of unanswered questions so we are looking for him to come in and answer some questions for us. He has been uncooperative to this point.”
It is not clear if he is actually the suspect in the stabbing. This latest incident will land him back in Commissioner Roger Goodell’s doghouse.
There is Britt was at the scene when a gunshot was fired at the apartment building, where the party was being held. This is the ninth time that Britt was involved in an incident with police in the past four years.
He is expected to make $1.34 million in the final year of his rookie contract.
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