4. Bernard Pollard
While S Bernard Pollard‘s stint in Tennessee was brief, the former Baltimore Raven made his presence known. After winning a Super Bowl with Baltimore in 2012, Pollard made his way to the Titans in Free Agency, signing a two-year, $6.3 million deal in 2013.
And, that was his best season — his only real impact. During the 2013-2014 season, Pollard started all 16 games and led the team with 99 combined tackles. He added three interceptions, nine pass deflections, and a half-sack.
All for naught, as the Titans finished the season 7-9 under head coach Mike Munchak, missing the playoffs for the fifth straight season.
Pollard eventually retired following the 2014 season with the Titans, in which he started five games before suffering a career-ending Achilles tear.
Since then, Pollard has taken to Twitter, attempting to remain in the limelight. I’ve got to admit; I liked him better as “The Bonecrusher,” donning the two-tone blue.