Kenny Britt could still face disciplinary action from the Tennessee Titans or the NFL for his role in a bar fight early Friday morning.
Britt was held out for the first 22:03 of the game, but came off the bench to have a career day with seven receptions for 225 yards and three touchdowns in Sunday's 37-19 win over the Philadelphia Eagles.
Titans coach Jeff Fisher said he was still investigating the matter and gathering facts of the incident at the Karma Lounge, and left open the possibility that Britt could still be disciplined in the form of a suspension or fine.
“Sitting Kenny down and taking disciplinary action from a club standpoint is still a realistic possibility,” Fisher said.
Fisher said he was leaning toward not playing Britt after sending him home and causing him to miss Friday's practice, but changed his mind due to the short amount of time between the incident and Sunday's game.
“At that point, I was leaning toward not playing him, but after several conversations with him and some other information that I was able to obtain, I felt, one, better about playing him and because of the nature of the time frame, I didn't want to hurt the football team, simply because I didn't have the information,” Fisher said.
Fisher was asked about discipline from the NFL, and said the league was looking into it.
A league spokesman when asked about the matter initially inquired as to the nature of the incident and then responded that it was "premature for us to comment."