Titans wide receiver Kenny Britt dropped off the NFL radar in 2013, but he promised to resurface. “I am going to be a No. 1 receiver somewhere else if I am not here next year, and that is guaranteed,” Britt said Thursday. “I am definitely going to be a receiver that makes plays on Sundays and makes something happen for a team.” Britt had a good training camp and was expected to have a breakout season. Some early penalties and drops cost him his place in the starting lineup, however, and his playing time began to dwindle. He was inactive for two of the last three games and has just 11 catches for 96 yards on the season. His contract is expiring, so he said he feels like Sunday’s game against the Texans will be his last with the Titans. “Whatever happens next year, I’m looking forward to it,” he said. The 2009 first-round pick acknowledged he became frustrated when he lost playing time, but he bit his tongue. Coaches have raved about his approach and attitude, in fact.