The Brits were robbed of a chance to boo Kenny Britt. The Browns receiver, who expressed his hatred for everything London before this trip, was benched for Sunday's 33-16 loss to the Vikings because coach Hue Jackson felt it was time. Standing on the sidelines active and in full uniform, he never got a chance to pull on the helmet and trot out onto the rugby pitch for a play. "I made the decision to start the other guys and play them,'' said Jackson. "That's just what I wanted to do.'' Bryce Treggs started in place of Britt opposite Ricardo Louis and played 52 snaps, second only to Louis' 53, according to profootballfocus.com. But the wideouts continue to struggle: Louis caught only 2 of 6 targets for 42 yards; and Treggs caught 1-of-3 targets for 12 yards.
Kenny Britt doesn’t leave sideline
Cleveland Plain Dealer | Oct 29