Kenny Britt’s name has shown up on another police report.
Part of the problem — the latest in a string that has marred his professional career — for Tennessee Titans wide receiver is that he decided to clam up.
According to a story posted Sunday afternoon by The Jersey Journal on Sunday afternoon, Britt dropped off a stabbing victim at a New Jersey hospital and was at or near a home where shots were fired a short time later.
The story said Britt accompanied the stabbing victim, a 23-year-old man who walked into the hospital. Britt and the victim, who was treated for non-life-threatening injuries were uncooperative with police at the scene.
Allegedly the incident occurred at a birthday party at a Jersey City, New Jersey residence in the early morning hours Sunday. Britt returned to the home from the hospital and retrieved his girlfriend, according to the report, and not long after a single gunshot was reported.
A police department spokesman told The Jersey Journal that authorities intended to interview Britt and others once again.
The Titans first-round draft pick in 2009 and their leader in receiving yards each of his first two seasons, Britt consistently has legal issues during his NFL career, particularly during the offseason. He was arrested last summer and charged with drunk driving at Fort Campbell. The previous year he was arrested three times — twice in New Jersey, once in Tennessee.
He served a one-game suspension early in the 2012 season for violation of the league’s personal conduct policy.