Dolphins rookie RB Cecil Collins, awaiting extradition to Louisiana for a probation violation, has been accused of harassing and stalking two more women.

The Davie, Fla., police department said Tuesday that it is investigating the two cases. Fred Haddad, the player's lawyer, said he was unaware of any new investigations.

A violation of probation could result in four years in prison.

TITANS SAFETY OUT: Titans S Marcus Robertson needed 150 stitches to close facial cuts received in a motorcycle accident, according to a report.

Robertson lost control of the motorcycle late Monday, falling off as it slid to the ground and losing his helmet on impact, the Tennessean reported.

Coach Jeff Fisher confirmed Robertson had suffered "numerous abrasions to his face" and may need plastic surgery.

ETC: Terry Glenn's troubled season apparently ended yesterday when he was suspended by Patriots Coach Pete Carroll, who said the flu-ridden wide receiver ignored club requests to meet with medical personnel. . . . Broncos S Tyrone Braxton said Sunday's season finale against San Diego will be the last game of his 13-year career, saying he's lost his hunger for the sport. . . . The Packers signed Heisman Trophy-winning RB Rashaan Salaam to a free agent contract. They also signed former Redskins DB Jamel Williams. . . . Bears RB Curtis Enis won't play Sunday against Tampa Bay and is scheduled to undergo arthroscopic shoulder surgery next week, the team said.