The free agency carousel continued to turn with two more key defensive backs signing deals Thursday.
--Safety Bernard Pollard agreed to a contract with the Tennessee Titans, one day after he was released by the Baltimore Ravens.
Pollard, 28, also signs one day after the Ravens' other starting safety, Ed Reed, inked a deal with the Houston Texans. He is the fifth starter from Baltimore's 2012 defense who won't return next season. In addition to Pollard and Reed, inside linebackers Ray Lewis retired, Dannell Ellerbe went to Miami, and Paul Kruger headed to Cleveland.
Pollard finished the 2012 Super Bowl-winning season with a team-leading 98 tackles, two sacks, one interception and six pass breakups.
Meanwhile, Adam "Pacman" Jones signed a three-year deal to stay with the Cincinnati Bengals, Jones announced via Twitter.
The cornerback/kick returner played in all 16 games for the Bengals in 2012, the first season in which he didn't miss a game.
Jones, 29, had endured a troubled NFL existence since being taken in the first-round draft by the Titans in 2005. Legal troubles forced him to miss the 2007 and 2009 seasons, though he has since cleaned up his act and became a veteran influence to the team.
--Free agent running back Ahmad Bradshaw said he won't work out for interested teams until he's healthy.
Released by the New York Giants in February because of foot issues, Bradshaw plans to keep playing. He told the Newark (N.J.) Star-Ledger that the New York Jets, Pittsburgh Steelers and Green Bay Packers are interested.
--Cleveland Browns running back Trent Richardson is taking the blame for a controversial rule that makes it illegal for ball carriers or tacklers to lead or initiate contact with the crown of their helmet.
"I feel like I made it bad for all the backs," Richardson told The Cleveland Plain Dealer. "I feel like it's my fault."
The play that Richardson believes is at the heart of the new rule involved a helmet-to-helmet jarring hit that sent Eagles safety Kurt Coleman's helmet flying in Week 1 last season.
--Tight end Steve Maneri agreed to a two-year deal with the Chicago Bears. Financial terms were not disclosed.
A tight end at Temple, Maneri has moved between tight end and offensive tackle during his first three NFL seasons. He entered the league as an undrafted free agent with the Houston Texans, who attempted to convert him to tackle.
Also, Chicago fullback Evan Rodriguez was arrested in Miami and charged with resisting an officer without violence and disorderly intoxication, according to CBS in Miami.
Rodriguez, who has been training with some Bears teammates in South Florida this offseason, including Brandon Marshall, was reportedly arrested at 5:30 a.m. in Miami Beach.
--Free agent safety Darcel McBath re-signed a one-year contract with the San Francisco 49ers, the team announced.
Primarily a special-teams player, McBath played in 19 games last season, counting the postseason, and he made eight regular-season tackles. Overall, he has 33 tackles in 31 regular-season games.
In other 49ers news, the team promoted Jeff Ferguson to vice president of football operations. Ferguson has been with the organization since 2006.
--Wide receiver Jordan Shipley signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Shipley appeared in the Jags' final six games last season after signing Nov. 20. He caught 23 passes for 244 yards and a touchdown.
He has played in 24 games since entering the league as a third-round pick of the Bengals in 2010, with 858 career receiving yards on 74 catches.
--Kansas City Chiefs left tackle Branden Albert officially signed his one-year franchise tender of $9,828,000.
--Defensive end Frostee Rucker, released in February by the Cleveland Browns, signed a one-year contract with the Arizona Cardinals.
Rucker, signed by the Browns as a free agent for one season and $6 million last year after six seasons with the Bengals, started 16 games with Cleveland and finished with 48 tackles and four sacks.
--Linebacker Will Herring re-signed with the New Orleans Saints on a one-year deal. He spent the previous two seasons with the Saints, playing on special teams and providing linebacker depth. He appeared in all 16 games last season.
--Former Miami Dolphins wide receiver Mark Duper was arrested and accused of child abuse, according to a CBSsports.com report. Citing an incident report, investigators claim Duper choked, punched and body-slammed a teenager, knocking him unconscious and later threatened to kill the child.
According to the police report, Duper, 54, was playing video games with a friend's kids in a Jacksonville home, when the alleged victim tossed his hat to the ground and refused to pick it up.
--No trial date has been set for Josh Brent, the Dallas Cowboys defensive lineman charged with intoxication manslaughter as the driver in the single-car accident that killed teammate Jerry Brown, but his NFL future is very much in doubt. According to the Dallas Morning News, Brent will not play for the Cowboys in 2013.