In an attempt to shore up one of the NFL's flimsiest pass defenses, the Tennessee Titans continue to meet with a handful of free-agent defensive backs.
The Baltimore Sun's Aaron Wilson reported Saturday that safety Bernard Pollard visited with Titans personnel this week, according to an NFL source. Pollard was cut by the Baltimore Ravens on Wednesday as part of a deep-cutting player purge on both sides of the ball.
The Titans also signed George Wilson last month after he was cut by the Buffalo Bills. Adding Pollard to the mix would give Tennessee a pair of battle-tested veterans at safety, but Wilson likely would play a role behind Michael Griffin, who's started 89 games for the team since 2007. Griffin's scattershot play, however, guarantees nothing.
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