NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Kenny Britt says he had a very good meeting with Roger Goodell and that the NFL commissioner promised him a decision on whether he'll be punished as soon as possible.
The Titans receiver met with Goodell in New York on Tuesday and was back on the field Wednesday. Britt says he's not sure if he will be punished and was hoping to know the instant he walked out of Goodell's office.
Britt was summoned to Goodell's office after two arrests in New Jersey during the lockout and two arrest warrants in Tennessee for inaccurate information on his driver's license applications. Those are part of seven incidents with police since Britt was drafted.
The receiver says Goodell did tell him he better not see Britt's face in his office again.