NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Coach Jeff Fisher had hoped the Tennessee Titans would have their top draft pick on the field for the first practice of training camp. They hit the field with no Kenny Britt in sight.
The receiver from Rutgers was the 30th pick overall out of Rutgers. He remains among the players drafted in the first round that had not signed as of Friday afternoon.
But the Titans are talking with Britt's agent. The Titans have gotten their top draft picks signed within the opening days of camp each of the past two years when their pick was much higher in the first round.
The Titans are holding training camp as usual at their headquarters.