While Britt was having his second run-in with law enforcement this off-season, Washington had joined approximately 40 teammates at Father Ryan on Thursday and spoke of Britt’s issues, just before it came to light that the third-year receiver had been arrested yet again.
“He's dealing with those things staying close with his family and straightening his head out. He's been going through so much and I told him to be with his family. The main thing is to keep him out of trouble now,” Washington said.
Washington said it would have been a good situation for Britt to have been in Nashville with his teammates working out at Father Ryan.
“It would have been great for him to have been here. This is the place he was supposed to be but he's had a lot going on. It's unfortunate but it happened,” Washington said.
Britt was charged Wednesday with tampering or destroying evidence, resisting arrest and with preventing a government function when he allegedly crushed out a cigar that contained marijuana. The evidence could not be found by police in Hoboken, N.J.