Posted by Josh Katzowitz
Earlier today, Will told you about Titans WR Kenny Britt’s tribute Thursday night to Vince Young when he wore a towel with #10 VY written on it in black ink.
Considering Young is in a very public feud with Tennessee coach Jeff Fisher, Britt’s gesture would seem like a slap in the face to the person who decides how much playing time he’ll get for the rest of the season. Especially if owner Bud Adams decides he’d rather live with Young on the team rather than employ Fisher as the coach.
Fisher was asked about the towel today, and the gesture didn’t seem to bother him.
“I wasn’t aware of it last night and I haven’t addressed it with him," Fisher said via the Tennessean. "Today, we cut the players loose (for the weekend). I’m not too concerned. What I want him to do is play."
Which he did Thursday, taking pretty much all of Randy Moss’ reps, though he only caught four passes for 39 yards in Tennessee’s loss. Fisher also wouldn’t be surprised if Britt is a little lighter in the wallet when the NFL is finished with him.
"There’s fines levied every week for uniform violations across the league, whether they’re socks or towels or what have you,” Fisher said. “So if it’s something that didn’t fit the requirements, I’m sure there will be a fine.”
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