Britton, who can play tackle and guard, also took some center reps last off season to better prepare himself for a reserve role. He probably didn't expect to be thrust into the role of back up tight end, but the veteran lineman did so with ease.
Head coach Marc Trestman started using Britton as his primary blocking tight end after only a few games and he performed admirably.
With starting right tackle Jordan Mills rehabbing from foot surgury, Britton could get some valuable time with the starters early in camp. I would not be surprised to see Britton impress enough to become a serious threat to start in 2014.
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