Now, the trouble-prone football player is about to find out what his punishment will be from the NFL. A league spokesman told TitanInsider that possible discipline is pending against Britt.
No decision has been made, though. Britt pleaded not guilty plea in New Jersey to three charges of disorderly person and faces a Sept. 20 court date.
Britt was charged with two counts of falsifying information on his driver's license application in Tennessee.
And Britt pleaded guilty to careless driving in New Jersey after being clocked doing 71 mph in a 50 mph. "I'm waiting for a phone call, a letter in the mail, anything like that," Britt said. "I keep telling my fiancee to check the mail. But sooner or later, I know it's going to come.
Will Kenny Britt be Disciplined?
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