Jersey City, N.J., police say that Tennessee Titans wide receiver Kenny Britt is not cooperating in their investigation of a shooting and stabbing that occurred last month.
Britt was interviewed by police in January about the incident that involves a close friend of the wide receiver, but he has not come in for further questioning, according to the Tennessean.
Police said they asked Britt's attorney to have Britt provide more information but he not done so, police captain Edgar Martinez said.
"Mr. Britt has ignored our request for a meeting to discuss additional questions the JCPD has pertaining to the investigation," Martinez said on Friday.
Britt's attorney, Robert Lane, said that he was told by police that Britt is not a suspect and will not be arrested.
Britt was believed to be at the scene of a stabbing incident Jan. 13 that resulted in injuries to his friend, who has not been identified.
Police said a later incident, when Britt returned to the home where the stabbing allegedly occurred, links Britt further to their investigation. A gunshot was fired as Britt picked up another friend at the house, according to police.