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Rams GM Les Snead said the team has a "better than 50 percent" chance of signing free agent Kenny Britt.

St. Louis was Britt's first visit of free agency. He then went to New England, Washington, and Buffalo. The Patriots have already said they won't sign Britt. The Rams give Britt his best opportunity to be a No. 1 receiver and potentially revive his career. Britt is expected to make a decision within the next couple days.

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Owner Bob Kraft confirmed the Patriots won't be signing free agent Kenny Britt.

"We won't be signing him," Kraft said. "That won't happen." Britt visited the Patriots last week. Coach/GM Bill Belichick wasn't even present for the meeting. Britt is expected to make a decision where to sign within the next couple days. Other teams previously linked to Britt are the Rams, Redskins, Bills, and Panthers.

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Free agent Kenny Britt said he expects to make a decision on where to sign "in a couple days."

Britt is visiting with the Bills on Friday, and has previously met with the Rams, Patriots, and Redskins. Given his history of injuries and off-field issues, he shouldn't command more than a short-term deal with little guaranteed money. The Panthers have also shown interest in Britt, but have yet to schedule a visit.

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Free agent Kenny Britt will visit the Bills "shortly," perhaps on Friday.

The Bills and Panthers are the latest teams to show interest in the 25-year-old after he visited with the Rams, Patriots, and Redskins the past week. In Buffalo, Britt would compete for a job alongside Stevie Johnson and Robert Woods. Playing with an erratic E.J. Manuel might not be best for rehabbing Britt's value.

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Free agent Kenny Britt's player rep says he receiving interest from the Bills and Panthers, and may soon schedule visits.

Britt has already visited the Patriots, Redskins and Rams. Britt's rep says he'll most likely play on a short-term deal, and that playing time is the "most important" factor. Those may be Britt's public words, but the fact that he's already left three teams without a deal suggests money isn't exactly a minor factor. Britt has the right idea in seeking a short-team deal, however. His value will never be lower, and he could rehab it with a nice 2014.

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Free agent Kenny Britt left his Redskins visit without a contract.

Britt has now left New England, St. Louis and Washington without a contract. NFL.com's Albert Breer reports Britt is being "deliberate (by design)," but the fact is, if the money had been right anywhere, Britt would have already signed. It's unclear if Britt has any more visits lined up, but the Seahawks are reportedly interested.

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ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the Panthers and Seahawks are also interested in free agent Kenny Britt.

Britt is one of the top receivers left on the free-agent market, and, if healthy, he's easily the most talented of the bunch. Britt has visited the Rams and Patriots but left each team without a contract and is now on his way to talk to the Redskins. If Britt wants to be a No. 1, going to Carolina could significantly rehab his value.

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Updating a previous item, free agent Kenny Britt is scheduled to visit the Patriots on Monday and Redskins on Tuesday.

Britt visited the Rams on Friday. The Patriots have maintained interest in the 25-year-old underachiever despite keeping Julian Edelman and signing Brandon LaFell away from Carolina. The Redskins expressed early interest in Britt. He could compete with Andre Roberts for a starting job in Washington.

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Free agent WR Kenny Britt will visit with the Patriots on Sunday.

Britt visited with the Rams on Saturday, but left without a contract. New England still has a need at receiver after bringing back Julian Edelman and could be a fit given Bill Belichick's ties to former Rutgers players. Britt has drawn interest from as many as five teams, but should only require a one-year, "prove-it" deal.

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The Nashville Tennessean's Jim Wyatt believes free agent Kenny Britt "still has a chance to make an impact in the NFL," and still "definitely has the skills" if his knees cooperate.

Wyatt has covered Britt his entire career, and we've never seen him give rose-colored or phony analysis. Wyatt also says Britt is "a good guy," and not the bad seed "some think he is." Britt obviously lacked confidence and concentration last year, but there aren't many players more worth a cheap, one-year "prove-it" flier. Britt's talent hasn't evaporated and he's still only 25.