Retired Tennessee Titans linebacker Keith Bulluck may have a chance to get back in the good graces of the team's front office after robbery charges against him were dropped Friday morning according to a report in The Tennessean.
Last month, a cab driver told police Bulluck grabbed him by the shirt and snatched a $100 bill after asking for an early-morning ride, according to court records. The 36-year-old Pro Bowler was arrested on Aug. 25 and was released from jail on $10,000 bond. It was later reported that the cab driver was convicted in 1999 of filing a false accident report, according to Davidson County court records. Bulluck declared the alleged incident with the cab driver as a "misunderstanding".
Unfortunately the arrest occurred in the early morning after serving as an analyst on the Titans preseason television broadcast. He was replaced on the broadcast the following week by former Titans quarterback Kerry Collins. There is no word yet from the team whether Bulluck will be able to reclaim his job after the dismissal of the charges.