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Free agent offensive lineman Deuce Lutui, who started eight games last season for the Tennessee Titans, has been suspended for four games by the NFL, according to ProFootballTalk.
In July 2011, Lutui signed with the Bengals, but the deal was later negated when he failed a team physical. The seven-year veteran then ended up back in Arizona, after signing a one-year contract with the team that drafted him in 2006.
The Cardinals let Lutui walk after the 2011 season and the former USC Trojan ended up hooking up with college coach Pete Carroll in Seattle for about two weeks before the 2012 season was set to kick off before being cut.
Lutui ended up latching on with in Tennessee, where he started eight games in 2012 for a Titans team that finished 6-10 and third in the AFC South.
Source: CBS Sports
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Indications are the #Titans plan to sign former #Jets RB Shonn Greene during his visit. I’m expecting this one to get done today as well
— Jim Wyatt (@jwyattsports) March 13, 2013
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