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Britt had one rush for 12 yards and caught a pass for 17 yards in a 19-17 win against the Buccaneers on Sunday.

Britt showed chemistry with Sam Bradford in the preseason but has failed to connect with either Shaun Hill or Austin Davis, as shown by his one catch on four targets in two games. Britt hasn't shown any fantasy viability yet this season, and there's not much reason to think that will change.

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Britt failed to catch any of the three passes thrown his way during Sunday's 34-6 loss to the Vikings.

Britt is trying to resurrect his career with the Rams this season, but his stat line Sunday looked awfully similar to what fantasy owners endured last season with the Titans. Starting quarterback Shaun Hill suffered a quad strain and was unable to play in the second half, leaving rookie Austin Davis to lead the offense. Brian Quick led the team with seven catches on nine targets for 99 yards, a far cry from Britt's production. The Rams could be trailing quite a bit this season, which would require more passing attempts, but Britt will have to start catching a few passes before he can be trusted in most fantasy leagues.

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Britt caught two passes for 68 yards on two targets in Saturday's preseason game against the Browns.

Britt caught passes of 36 and 32 yards, further cementing his role as a starter. On the down side, Sam Bradford left with a knee injury, meaning Britt may have to open the season catching passes from Shaun Hill. To be fair, Bradford isn't a particularly good starter, and Hill is a pretty good backup, or at least he played pretty well when last pushed into extensive action back in 2010.

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Britt may be held out of Saturday's preseason game due to a "dinged" shoulder, Jim Thomas of the St. Louis-Dispatch reports.

The injury doesn't seem overly serious, but Britt does risk being held out of Saturday's dress rehearsal as a precautionary measure. This should drastically affect his outlook, as Britt is expected to be ready for the regular season opener. If he does sit Saturday, look for Brian Quick or Chris Givens to potentially see more work with the first-team offense.

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Britt had one reception for five yards in St. Louis' 21-7 defeat at the hands of Green Bay on Saturday.

Britt is likely the best fantasy receiver on the Rams currently, although that's not saying too much on a squad whose leading receiver had 569 yards last season. He has all the talent in the world, it's just a matter of whether he can put it all together. The third preseason game may be a decent indicator of what Britt can do this year.

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Though he didn't get any targets, Britt started Friday's preseason opener against the Saints across from Brian Quick, ESPN's Nick Wagoner reports.

As expected, Britt and Quick got the starting nods while Tavon Austin worked out of the slot. Stedman Bailey (suspension) was worked in, and he made an impression with a nice 24-yard touchdown catch. Britt's quiet night doesn't mean much, but prospective fantasy owners would like to see something from him before the end of the preseason to help justify the hype.

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Britt is listed as a starter in the Rams' opening depth chart, the Rams' official site reports.

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Kenny Britt and Brian Quick are getting the majority of first-team wideout reps during Sunday's practice.

Chris Givens is spending most of his time with the second unit. It's an interesting development, as we know Britt has the physical tools to be an on-field dominator when his head is on straight. It appears Jeff Fisher is going to give his old friend every opportunity to resurrect his career in this barren receiving corps. Britt's ADP is around the 15th round right now.

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Coach Jeff Fisher said Kenny Britt has done a "great job" at OTAs and has had no setbacks physically.

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ESPN Rams blogger Nick Wagoner reports Kenny Britt has earned the nickname "The Incredible Hulk" from some of his new teammates.

Britt, who stands in at 6-foot-3, 223 pounds, snagged two long touchdown passes in Thursday's OTAs session. Per Wagoner, his "subsequent reactions" spurred two minor scuffles. Coming off a lost 2012-13, Britt has reportedly shown well since the Rams reported for voluntary work. The team's official website breathlessly reported Thursday that Britt "looked every bit like the talent he displayed in 2009-10." That's big-time hyperbole, but it's not outside the realm of possibility that Britt rebounds to WR3 status in fantasy leagues. The numbers are there for the taking in St. Louis' unsettled receiver corps.