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Latest Bernard Pollard Items
Tennessee's Bernard Pollard isn't happy about his latest fine, and he isn't hiding his feelings.
The NFL has fined Titans safety Bernard Pollard $42,000 for his hit on Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson.
After 17 seasons and two Super Bowl titles, linebacker Ray Lewis retired. The Ravens allowed Ed Reed to sign with Houston in free agency. In total, eight starters are gone from the championship team.
Ever since the NFL announced that the champion Ravens would open the season at Denver, the Broncos have been salivating over a chance to get back at Baltimore.
Ray Lewis wasn't there. Neither was Ed Reed, or at least a half dozen other players who hoisted the Super Bowl trophy last February.
Since winning the Super Bowl, the Ravens have undergone a dramatic transformation. Linebacker Ray Lewis and center Matt Birk retired, wide receiver Anquan Boldin was traded, and free safety Ed Reed, inside linebacker Dannell Ellerbe, sack specialist Paul Kruger and strong safety Bernard Pollard signed elsewhere or were released.
Free agent safety Ed Reed signed with the Houston Texans on Friday, bolstering their defense with championship experience.
Ed Reed knew right from the start of free agency that he wanted to play for the Texans and that his days in Baltimore were over.
The first week of NFL free agency isn't over yet, and it's already becoming difficult to keep track of who's coming and going.