Ex-Titan Bulluck arrested shortly after TV broadcast

Linebacker alleged to have taken $100 from cab driver. Terry McCormick

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Former Tennessee Titans linebacker Keith Bulluck, who now serves as one of the team's broadcasters on preseason contests, was arrested early Sunday morning in Nashville, according to WSMV Channel 4.

Bulluck, who played 10 years with the Titans and 11 season in the NFL overall, was charged with felony robbery in Nashville police just hours after Bulluck had worked as a color analyst on the Titans' preseason broadcast.

A cab driver said Bulluck took $100 from him out of a stack of cash after a man had given him money to wait outside the Blue Jeans Bar. As the driver was putting the money away, Bulluck allegedly reached through an open passenger window, the report said, grabbing the driver by the shirt and taking $100 from him.

The driver, who had a torn shirt, said Bulluck hit him in the confrontation.

A statement released from Metro Nashville Police said Bulluck smelled alcohol at the time of his arrest. Bond was set at $10,000. His status for the Titans' final preseason broadcast Thursday night against Minnesota is not known at this time.

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