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NFL notebook: Ex-Ravens safety Pollard signs with Titans

| Thursday, March 21, 2013, 7:51 p.m.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The Titans agreed to a one-year contract with safety Bernard Pollard, the second safety the team has added in free agency this offseason.

A seven-year veteran, Pollard spent the past two seasons with the Ravens.

He has started 85 of his 105 career games with nine interceptions, nine sacks, 10 forced fumbles and seven recovered fumbles.

The Titans gave up a franchise-worst 471 points last season.

Report: Revis-Bucs deal hits snag

The Bucs and Jets remain in negotiations in a deal for New York Pro Bowl cornerback Darrelle Revis, SI.com reported.

The report said the Bucs likely would trade their first- and second-round picks in the 2014 draft for Revis, who is coming off knee surgery.

But the Jets reportedly want the Bucs' first-round pick in the ‘13 draft (13th overall) and likely an additional choice in next year's draft.

Titans RB Johnson questions Greene signing

Titans running back Chris Johnson isn't a big fan of the team's decision to sign Shonn Greene to a three-year, $10 million deal, according to a report by The Tennessean. Johnson said Greene's contract indicates the former Jets back will have a larger role in a backfield that Johnson has dominated for the past five seasons.

Police: Ex-Dolphin Duper beat son unconscious

Former Dolphins wide receiver Mark Duper is facing charges he beat up his 17-year-old son during a series of fights at their Jacksonville home.

Jacksonville police said Duper, 54, following his arrest Wednesday, spent the night in jail before posting a $5,000 bail and being released.

Former Dolphins defensive end and Pitt All-American Hugh Green said he witnessed the brawls and that Marcus Duper started the fight, and his father acted in self-defense.

Around the league

The Jaguars signed Jordan Shipley, potentially giving the team a slot receiver this fall. … Former 49ers wide receiver Ted Ginn will sign a one-year deal with the Panthers, according to ESPN. … The Giants re-signed quarterback David Carr to back up Eli Manning. ... Bears fullback Evan Rodriguez, 24, was arrested and charged with disorderly intoxication and resisting an officer in Miami. ... The Bills' 10-year, $271 million lease agreement received unanimous approval from Erie County lawmakers.

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