NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Former Tennessee linebacker Keith Bulluck has been replaced as a TV analyst for the Titans' preseason finale following his arrest on a felony robbery charge.
Kerry Collins, who spent five seasons with the Titans during his 18-year NFL career, was listed Monday in the team's notes as the analyst for Thursday night's game at Minnesota.
A cab driver accused Bulluck of taking a $100 bill as the driver waited outside a bar Sunday morning for a paid fare. Bulluck issued a statement calling the incident a misunderstanding in which he took back money when he didn't get service he wanted.
Bulluck retired in 2012 after 11 seasons in the NFL. He worked as an analyst for the Falcons-Titans game hours before his arrest.
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