5 things to know about new Browns WR Kenny Britt

  1. Britt, 28, is coming off his best of his eight seasons in the NFL. He cleared 1,000 yards -- becoming the first Rams WR to do so since 2007 -- on his final catch of the year to finish with 1,002 yards, 68 catches and five touchdowns. He cleared 100 yards on two occasions and notched his best performance midway through the year against the Lions, when he hauled in seven passes for 136 yards and two touchdowns. Britt was the most consistent part of a Los Angeles passing offense that ranked 31st in the league. He cleared 40 yards in all but two games and cleared 50 in 10 of 16.
  1. Over three seasons with the Rams, Britt caught 152 passes for 2,431 yards and 11 touchdowns. He missed just one game over that stretch. That total yardage nearly mirrored what he produced over five up and down seasons with the Titans (157-2,450-19).
  1. Britt was on the path toward his biggest NFL season in 2011 but a torn ACL in Week 3 forced him to miss the remainder of the year. In the first two games, Britt had 14 catches for 271 yards and three touchdowns. One year earlier, Britt had the best game of his NFL career when he caught seven passes for 225 yards and three touchdowns in a win over the Eagles.
  1. Britt, who hails from Bayonne, New Jersey, starred at Rutgers for three seasons. His junior season was his best, as he hauled in a whopping 87 passes for 1,371 yards and seven touchdowns. He cleared 3,000 yards over his three seasons with the Scarlet Knights. He entered the draft early and landed with the Titans as the 30th overall pick.
  1. Britt and his wife, Sabrina, have a son, Aiden, and daughter, Ava. In high school, Britt played football and ran track, finishing second in New Jersey in the 50-yard dash as a senior.
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