Kenny Britt was inactive for the Tennessee Titans, adding another layer of acrimony to the rocky relationship between the team and its former No. 1 wide receiver.
Britt fractured a rib last week and was limited in practice this week. ESPN reported Sunday that the Titans are listening to trade offers for Britt. He was outspoken two weeks ago when head coach Mike Munchak benched Britt after he drew a critical penalty.
Britt said he felt the Titans were playing "the Jared Cook card" and would let him hit free agency after this season rather than negotiating a new contract.
Britt was drafted in the first round (30th overall) in 2009. His natural ability at 6-foot-3, 223 pounds grabs attention, but Britt has chronic knee issues and has been involved with police-related matters at least seven times since entering the NFL.
Tennessee is building a solid wide receiver corps without Britt.
Kendall Wright, the team's leading receiver in 2012 as a rookie, and Nate Washington are again 1-2 in catches. The Titans signed tight end Delanie Walker in free agency and rookie Justin Hunter caught a game-winning 34-yard touchdown Week 3.