Only a couple of days ago, the NFL announced that it will not be suspending Tennessee Titans wide receiver Kenny Britt for pleading guilty to a reckless driving charge and his arrest for allegedly concealing marijuana from police. Britt will still see a limited snap count in his team’s first regular season game against the Jacksonville Jaguars due to a hamstring injury and a quadriceps problem.
Between Britt’s legal altercations and injuries, he has certainly had his plate full. One must assume that his agent Todd France was deeply involved in assisting Britt with all of his off-the-field matters. However, France has been relinquished of those duties with Britt formally changing agents, leaving France and hiring Bill Johnson. Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean writes that Britt signed with Bill Johnson of Pro-Files Sports, Inc., which is partially correct. Pro-Files Sports merged with Athletic Resource Management to create SportsTrust Advisors. So Britt will call Bill Johnson his agent and become a SportsTrust Advisors client.