The Browns took wide receiver Kenny Britt all the way to London on Sunday, dressed him for the game and then didn't play him a single snap. Head coach Hue Jackson, though, insisted on Monday that there is still a spot for him. "Yeah, there's a spot for him on this roster," Jackson said in a conference call with reporters. "I've played Kenny for most games when he's healthy, he's been out there, he's been a starter. I just thought yesterday I wanted to do something different." That different thing was getting a longer look at Bryce Treggs, signed off of Philadelphia's practice squad a few weeks ago. Treggs played 52 of 59 offensive snaps, tied for the most by a receiver with Ricardo Louis. "I wanted to get a good feel for him in the game and so that's what it was," Jackson said. As far as Britt's comments disparaging London that were published last week, Jackson said he hadn't seen them.