|Rams hoping Kenny Britt can be a leader|
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|Friday, 15 August 2014 11:54|
He played just 17 snaps before the backups took over, with no catches and nothing even thrown his way.
The wide receiver has been making plenty of noise at practice, with production to match the trash-talking.
So far Britt has made good on his second go-around with coach Jeff Fisher. The Titans drafted Britt in the first round in 2009.
The Rams (0-1) are hoping Britt, who turns 26 next month, can settle down and be a veteran leader at a position loaded with youth.
Britt is entering his sixth season and he realizes it's time to set an example for his teammates.
Britt will be trying to get open for Sam Bradford, making his first appearance coming off knee surgery Saturday against the Packers (0-1). Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers and running back Eddie Lacy also will see their first action.
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