The Titans and S Myron Rolle, a sixth-round pick, have reached agreement on a four-year contract, ProFootballTalk.com reported Monday.
Rolle was a three-year starter at Florida State, notching 62 tackles in his final season for the Seminoles in 2008. After winning a Rhodes Scholarship, he studied at Oxford University in the 2009-10 academic year, where he pursued a master's degree in medical anthropology, according to his personal Web site.
In PFW's 2010 Draft Preview, personnel analyst Nolan Nawrocki wrote of Rolle: "A big, smart mini-linebacker with a safety's frame, Rolle is limited by his average play speed, lack of flexibility and marginal ball skills, but he could develop into a solid No. 3 safety and play for a long time if he is able to contribute on special teams."
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