NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Kenny Britt will not face an additional fine from the Tennessee Titans for going public on over a previous penalty.
Coach Mike Munchak said Thursday he had not spoken to Britt, who apparently used his Instagram account on Wednesday to post a photo of the fine sheet for missing a rehab workout, adding a message that included several obscenities, as well as: "Walk back to dis..Don't dey know I have kids."
Munchak said the matter of the fine was private and he did not reveal any details on what led to the disciplinary action.
"To be honest with you, I haven't read anything he wrote. I just know that he commented on the fact that he was upset, and I'll leave it at that," Munchak said. "If something else comes of it, or if we feel that something is necessary to be done, then it'll be done. ... I don't want to get into any details. The bottom line is he didn't follow some rules. There are consequences and that's it."
Earlier this week, Britt met with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell about Britt's latest run-in with police.
Britt spoke Wednesday for the first time since his July 20 DUI arrest on the Fort Campbell, Ky., Army post. He was summoned to Goodell's office on Monday to discuss the arrest. The visit came less than a year after the commissioner called him in for a string of incidents during the lockout, but didn't suspend him.
Britt says, Goodell "wasn't that pleased at seeing me in there" on Monday.
Britt is keeping details of the meeting confidential, saying "I'm going to take it on the chin, whatever he decides, and move forward."
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