Originally posted on 60 Max Power O  |  Last updated 4/16/13
New Tennessee Titans safety Bernard Pollard left his old team on some bad terms. Rumors of Pollard being involved in an attempted mutiny in Baltimore continue to paint him in the image of a troublemaker. However, Pollard doesn’t want to talk about the Ravens anymore, they are ancient history to him and the only concern for him now is the Titans. The big hitting safety will be enforcing in the Titans secondary in 2013, and he plans on being his usual self, knocking the snart out of ball carriers. “As far as talking about any disappointments, I’m a Tennessee Titan now and I could really care less about that,” Pollard said, via John Glennon of the Tennessean. “I’ve talked about it too much and I’ve answered that question so many times, talking about mutiny and this and that and the Baltimore Ravens. “I’m one of those guys that continues to say you don’t have to pay me to go out there and knock the [heck] out of somebody because that’s something I love doing anyway,” Pollard said.  “If anything, the club is already paying me to do that.  I’m not saying the club is provoking us to go out there and hit anybody, but just to get things done and to make things happen.”   var switchTo5x=true; stLight.options({publisher:''});
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