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Keith Bulluck
OLB #53
Height:
6-3
Weight:
235
College:
Syracuse
Experience:
10

Biography

6’3” • 235 lbs. • Born: 4.4.77 • Exp. (NFL/Titans): 10/10 • D1 – 2000 • Syracuse

Pro Bowls (1): 2003

PRO: Keith Bulluck is in his 10th NFL season and assumes a familiar leadership role in the Titans defense. The brash, charismatic player is the senior member of the defense in terms of starts in a Titans uniform. He has 143 total games and 116 career starts under his belt, including starts in each of the past 113 regular season games, the longest current streak on the team. In 2008, Bulluck led the club with 120 stops, marking the seventh consecutive season he registered at least 100 or more tackles. He has led the squad in tackles in six of the last seven seasons, tallying 180, 171, 171, 150, 161, 109 and 120 tackles in 2002-08, respectively. Entering the 2009 campaign, he ranks third in franchise history with 1,147 career tackles and his career statistics also include 16 interceptions, six total touchdowns and 18 sacks, the third-most by a franchise linebacker since 1982. With 180 tackles in 2002 – the most by any member of the organization since 1986 – and 171 tackles in both 2003 and 2004, he became the first player since Gregg Bingham (1979-81) to record more than 170 tackles in three consecutive seasons. Bulluck’s 522 tackles in those three seasons are also the most over a three-year period by a member of the team since Bingham’s 587 (1979-81). He also is the first player since Bingham to record 150 or more tackles in five consecutive seasons. In his initial two seasons (2000-01), Bulluck became one of the team’s leaders on special teams and also received work in four-linebacker and nickel packages. In 2002, he was named second-team Associated Press All-Pro, and then he was named first-team All-Pro and earned his first trip to the Pro Bowl in 2003. He followed that performance by being named to Sports Illustrated’s All-Pro team in 2004. He was originally selected with the 30th overall draft pick in the 2000 NFL Draft.

2009 (14/14/0/1): Placed on injured reserve on Dec. 30, 2009 … Finished second on the team with 118 tackles and eight passes defensed … Tied for second on the team with three interceptions … Had his 127 consecutive game start streak end by missing the San Diego game (12/25/09) with an injury … His 127 consecutive starts ranks third in franchise history among linebackers … Ranks third on the franchise’s all-time tackles list with 1,265 stops … Led or tied for the team lead in tackles five times in 2009 (vs. HST, at NYJ, at NE, vs. BUF, vs. STL) … Led or tied for the team lead in passes defensed twice in 2009 (vs. IND, at HST) … Named AFC Defensive Player of the Week after tying for the team lead with 10 tackles, including a stop for loss, while collecting two interceptions and three passes defensed against St. Louis (12/13/09) … Has led the team in tackles six of the last eight seasons (2002-06, ’08).

at Pittsburgh (9/10): Started at outside linebacker and registered five tackles. Houston (9/20): Started at outside linebacker and led the team with 10 tackles … Teamed with Dave Ball to stuff Steve Slaton for a one-yard loss on a rush off left tackle in the first quarter. at N.Y. Jets (9/27): Started at outside linebacker and led the team with 11 tackles, including a stop for loss … Stuffed Thomas Jones for a one-yard loss on a rush up the middle in the opening quarter. at Jacksonville (10/4): Started at outside linebacker and recorded seven tackles. Indianapolis (10/11): Started at outside linebacker and posted 11 tackles and an interception … Set up the Titans’ second field goal of the night by intercepting a Peyton Manning pass and returning it 23 yards to the Colts’ 34-yard line. at New England (10/18): Started at outside linebacker and led the team with 14 tackles. Jacksonville (11/1): Started at linebacker and collected five tackles in the Titans’ 30-13 victory … Teamed with Vincent Fuller to stuff Maurice Jones-Drew for a two-yard loss on a rush up the middle in the fourth quarter. at San Francisco (11/8): Started at linebacker and recorded eight tackles, including a tackle for loss and a fumble recovery in the Titans’ 34-27 victory … Recovered an Alex Smith fumble following a Jacob Ford strip-sack in the third quarter … Stuffed Michael Robinson for a one-yard loss on a rush up the middle in the fourth quarter. Buffalo (11/15): Started at linebacker and led the team with 12 tackles in the Titans’ 41-17 win. at Houston (11/23): Started at linebacker and posted five tackles and two passes defensed in the Titans’ 20-17 Monday Night Football victory … Halted a potential Texans’ scoring drive by batting down a pass intended for James Casey on third-and-four in the third quarter … Ended another Texans’ drive by batting down a pass intended for Andre Johnson on third-and-14 in the fourth quarter. Arizona (11/29): Started at linebacker and recorded eight tackles and a pass defensed in the Titans’ 20-17 come-from-behind victory … Broke up and nearly intercepted a pass intended for Anquan Boldin in the second quarter. at Indianapolis (12/6): Started at linebacker and registered seven solo tackles. St. Louis (12/13): Named AFC Defensive Player of the Week after starting at linebacker and tying for the team lead with 10 tackles, including a stop for loss … Collected two interceptions and three passes defensed in the Titans’ commanding 47-7 victory … Intercepted a pass intended for Steven Jackson and returned it four yards in the second quarter … Broke up a pass intended for Randy McMichael in the second quarter … Stuffed Jackson for a one-yard loss on a rush off right tackle in the third quarter … Picked off a pass intended for Donnie Avery and raced 18 yards to the Rams’ 23-yard line in the third quarter … Teamed with William Hayes to stop Jackson for a two-yard loss on a rush off right tackle in the fourth quarter. Miami (12/20): Started at outside linebacker and posted five tackles before leaving the game with an injury in the third quarter of the Titans’ 27-24 overtime win. San Diego (12/25): Inactive.

6’3” • 235 lbs. • Born: 4.4.77 • Exp. (NFL/Titans): 10/10 • D1 – 2000 • Syracuse

2008 GP/GS: 16/16 (Playoffs 1/1) • Career GP/GS: 143/116 (Playoffs 7/6) • New City, N.Y.

Pro Bowls (1): 2003

PRO: Keith Bulluck is in his 10th NFL season and assumes a familiar leadership role in the Titans defense. The brash, charismatic player is the senior member of the defense in terms of starts in a Titans uniform. He has 143 total games and 116 career starts under his belt, including starts in each of the past 113 regular season games, the longest current streak on the team. In 2008, Bulluck led the club with 120 stops, marking the seventh consecutive season he registered at least 100 or more tackles. He has led the squad in tackles in six of the last seven seasons, tallying 180, 171, 171, 150, 161, 109 and 120 tackles in 2002-08, respectively. Entering the 2009 campaign, he ranks third in franchise history with 1,147 career tackles and his career statistics also include 16 interceptions, six total touchdowns and 18 sacks, the third-most by a franchise linebacker since 1982. With 180 tackles in 2002 – the most by any member of the organization since 1986 – and 171 tackles in both 2003 and 2004, he became the first player since Gregg Bingham (1979-81) to record more than 170 tackles in three consecutive seasons. Bulluck’s 522 tackles in those three seasons are also the most over a three-year period by a member of the team since Bingham’s 587 (1979-81). He also is the first player since Bingham to record 150 or more tackles in five consecutive seasons. In his initial two seasons (2000-01), Bulluck became one of the team’s leaders on special teams and also received work in four-linebacker and nickel packages. In 2002, he was named second-team Associated Press All-Pro, and then he was named first-team All-Pro and earned his first trip to the Pro Bowl in 2003. He followed that performance by being named to Sports Illustrated’s All-Pro team in 2004. He was originally selected with the 30th overall draft pick in the 2000 NFL Draft.

TITANS TIDBITS:

• Bulluck’s passionate play is, in part, a reflection of his inspirational story. He was taken in at the age of 12 by Linda Welch, a single, white mother living outside of New York. The stay, which was supposed to last three weeks to help out his mother, turned into six years, and Welch and her family provided the support he needed to excel at Clarkstown (New City, N.Y.) High School and earn a scholarship to Syracuse University.

• In an effort to give back to the community and extend his hand to children with similar backgrounds, in May 2003 he started Keith Bulluck Believe and Achieve Foundation, Inc. (www.believeandachieve.org), which works with Middle Tennessee and New York foster care groups. He has raised money for the foundation through various fundraising efforts, including the inaugural Wine and Roses Wine Tasting Event and Silent Auction in 2006. He formerly hosted the Keith Bulluck NFL Celebrity Ballers Classic basketball game for three consecutive years. Through the foundation, Bulluck also donates tickets for every Titans home game, throws Halloween and Christmas parties, and donates backpacks and school supplies to area foster children. Bulluck also annually gives away Thanksgiving turkeys to foster families. The foundation has also partnered with a software certification company to train students in computer applications. Bulluck’s goal is to raise foster care and adoption awareness and help children with whom he can relate succeed in accomplishing their dreams.

• During the 2009 offseason, Bulluck was honored at his former high school, Clarkstown North in New City, N.Y. His No. 1 jersey was retired and he was recognized for his contributions to the school, on and off the field. Plans are being made to place a boulder with Bulluck’s name near the entrance to the football field.

• In 2007, Bulluck was named Titans Walter Payton Community Man of the Year for his extensive charitable endeavors, particularly his efforts in foster care awareness. It marked the second consecutive season he received the award that is given annually to the player that best demonstrates outstanding balance in their lives between civic and professional responsibilities. Bulluck was selected by a vote from his teammates, Titans staff, members of the news media and local non-profit and community executives.

• Bulluck was honored in May 2006 as a National Spokesperson for Foster Care Awareness Month (www.fostercaremonth.org).

• One of Bulluck’s closest friends in college was current Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb.

• During the 2006 and 2007 offseasons, Bulluck has taken advantage of a league program that allows players to seek continuing education. In 2007, he enrolled in a workshop at the Stanford Graduate School of Business that was designed to broaden a player’s understanding of how to evaluate business opportunities in general and in the sports industry specifically. In 2006, he was one of 35 current or former NFL players to enroll in a Harvard Business School program that emphasized entrepreneurial opportunities and business management skills over the course of two highly-intensive, three-day sessions.

• One of the ways Bulluck relaxes is by watching his collection of more than 700 DVDs.

• In June 2006, he was named one of Ebony Magazine’s 26 Top Bachelors of the Year.

• Bulluck’s offseason training regimen in 2006 included taking boxing lessons.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:

2008 (16/16, 1/1): Started all 16 games at outside linebacker, extending a streak of 113 consecutive starts which is a team-best active streak. Led the team with 120 tackles and finished second on the squad with eight tackles for losses. Ranks third on the franchise’s all-time tackles list with 1,147 stops and has led the team in tackles six of the last seven seasons (2002-06, ‘08). Led or tied for the team lead in tackles five times in 2008 (at BLT, at KC, at CHI, vs. NYJ, vs. PIT). Named AFC Special Teams Player of the Week after blocking a punt and recovering the ball for a touchdown against Cincinnati (9/14). Was voted a team captain for the 2008 season by his teammates.

• At Cincinnati (9/14), notched four tackles and a blocked punt in the 24-7 road victory. Named AFC Special Teams Player of the Week after blocking a Kyle Larson punt and recovering the loose ball for a touchdown to give the Titans’ a 24-7 lead with 14:05 remaining in the fourth quarter.

• Against Houston (9/21), made his 100th consecutive start at outside linebacker and collected seven tackles in the Titans’ 31-12 victory.

• At Baltimore (10/5), led the team with 13 tackles and a quarterback pressure in the Titans’ 13-10 comeback victory over the Ravens.

• At Kansas City (10/19), led the team with nine tackles in the Titans’ commanding 34-10 road victory over the Chiefs. Collected a half sack and two tackles for losses. Combined with Dave Ball to drop Damon Huard for a seven-yard sack in the third quarter.

• Against Indianapolis (10/27), finished second on the team with nine tackles in the Titans’ 31-21 victory over the Colts on Monday Night Football. Hit Dallas Clark from behind causing Peyton Manning’s pass to deflect off the tight end’s hands and land in Chris Hope’s arms for his second interception of the evening late in the fourth quarter.

• Against Pittsburgh (12/21), led the team with 14 tackles, including two tackles for losses and two passes defensed in the Titans’ 31-14 victory. Ended a Steelers’ drive by batting down a third-and-five pass intended for Mewelde Moore in the third quarter. Knocked down a pass intended for Hines Ward in the fourth quarter.

• In the Divisional playoffs against Baltimore (1/10), led the team with eight tackles including two tackles for losses. Combined with Stephen Tulloch to stuff Willis McGahee for a four-yard loss on a rush off left tackle in the third quarter.

2007 (16/16, 1/1): Started all 16 games for the sixth consecutive season and led the team with five interceptions. Finished the season tied for third on the team with 109 tackles (75 solo) and collected his 1,000 career tackle against Houston (12/2). Named AFC Defensive Player of the Week after registering six tackles and a career-high three interceptions against New Orleans (9/24). Led or tied for the team lead in tackles twice in 2007 (vs. JAX, at CIN). Led the team in passes defensed once in 2007 (at NO). Was voted a team captain for the 2007 season by his teammates.

• Against Indianapolis (9/16), started at outside linebacker and collected eight tackles, including a tackle for loss and a forced a fumble.

• At New Orleans (9/24), named AFC Defensive Player of the Week after recording six tackles and a career-high three interceptions in a 31-14 victory on Monday Night Football. Collected his first interception of the evening by stepping in front of a pass intended for Lance Moore on third-and-14 in the second quarter. Picked off a pass intended for Marques Colston with a diving interception and returned it 35 yards to the Saints’ 8-yard line in the fourth quarter. Captured his third interception of the game by picking off a pass intended for Terrance Copper in the fourth quarter.

• At Houston (10/21), notched seven tackles, an interception and a fumble recovery in the Titans’ thrilling 38-36 victory over the Texans. Recovered a Sage Rosenfels fumble late in the second quarter, helping set up a Rob Bironas field goal before halftime. Dropped back in coverage and intercepted a pass intended for Owen Daniels in the fourth quarter.

• At Cincinnati (11/25), led the team with 14 tackles and collected a quarterback pressure.

• Against N.Y. Jets (12/23), collected six tackles, an interception and a tackle for loss in the Titans’ 10-6 win. Halted a potential Jets’ scoring chance in the second quarter by intercepting a pass intended for Jerricho Cotchery in the back of the end zone.

• In AFC Wild Card Game at San Diego (1/6), led the team with 10 tackles (8 solo), including a tackle for loss.

2006 (16/16): Started every game for the fifth consecutive season and led the team with 161 tackles. Became third player in franchise history to lead team in tackles for five consecutive seasons, joining linebackers Gregg Bingham (1974-81) and Al Smith (1990-94). Led team or tied for team lead in tackles in eight games. Also totaled 2.5 sacks, one interception, four quarterback pressures, three tackles for loss, nine passes defensed, two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery. Scored touchdown on fumble recovery (lateraled from Randy Starks) at Philadelphia (11/19), bringing his career touchdown total to five.

• Against N.Y. Jets (9/10), led team with 14 tackles in the season opener and forced Sean Ryan fumble that was recovered by Titans.

• At San Diego (9/17), led team with 14 tackles, including one tackle for loss. Surpassed Ray Childress (784 career tackles) for seventh place on team’s all-time tackles list.

• At Miami (9/24), with six tackles passed former safety Blaine Bishop (788 career tackles) for sixth place on team’s career tackles list. Added one sack and forced fumble against Daunte Culpepper.

• Against Dallas (10/1), recorded nine tackles to reach 800 for his career.

• At Indianapolis (10/8), played in 100th career game and helped hold Colts to 14 points. Posted nine tackles, two passes defensed and recovered Dominic Rhodes fumble in second quarter, which led to field goal.

• Against Houston (10/29), tied season high with 14 tackles (9/10 vs. N.Y. Jets and 9/17 at San Diego).

• At Jacksonville (11/5), posted six stops, surpassing former LB John Grimsley for fifth place on team’s all-time tackles list.

• Against Baltimore (11/12), shared sack and safety with Tony Brown by forcing Steve McNair out of back of end zone. Also caused an interception by tipping a McNair pass that was caught by Lamont Thompson.

• At Philadelphia (11/19), scored fifth career touchdown after Randy Starks recovered fumble, ran 26 yards and lateraled to Bulluck, who went remaining 16 yards for touchdown. Tied for team lead with 11 tackles, including one for loss, and added two passes defensed.

• Against Indianapolis (12/3), registered only interception of season and 11th of career with diving, one-handed grab of a Peyton Manning pass in final minute of first half that resulted in Titans touchdown. Totaled 12 tackles, one tackle for loss and two passes defensed in game. His 12 tackles moved him past former linebacker Al Smith (877 tackles) for fourth place on team’s all-time list.

• Against Jacksonville (12/17), totaled 11 tackles, one sack and one QB pressure. Sacked David Garrard on fourth down attempt to give ball back to Titans in second quarter.

• At Buffalo (12/24), posted nine tackles and one quarterback pressure. Became fourth player in team history to reach 900 career tackles and tied Ted Washington for third place on team’s all-time list (907 tackles). Also reached 150 tackles for fifth consecutive season.

• Against New England (12/31), led team with 11 tackles and added one pass defensed. Moved into third place all-time on team’s tackles list, breaking tie with Ted Washington (907 tackles).

2005 (16/16): Started all 16 games at right outside linebacker and led team in tackles for fourth consecutive season. Tallied 150 tackles, tied career high with five sacks and added two interceptions, 10 tackles for loss, one forced fumble, one fumble recovery, eight passes defensed and five quarterback pressures. Led team or tied for team lead in tackles in 10 games.

• Against Baltimore (9/18), tied for team-high eight tackles and recorded 11th career sack, taking down QB Anthony Wright.

• At St. Louis (9/25), he forced a Marc Bulger fumble and also recovered a Marshall Faulk fumble that set up a touchdown.

• At Houston (10/9), recorded one of his career-best games, posting 15 tackles, one sack and pass deflection that was intercepted by teammate Andre Woolfolk. It was fourth time of career with at least 15 tackles.

• At Cleveland (11/6), led team with 14 tackles and posted first interception of season (ninth of career), picking off Trent Dilfer at end of first half. It was 14th game of career with 14 or more tackles.

• Against San Francisco (11/27), led team with 12 tackles, including two tackles for loss, and added one interception and two passes defensed. Recorded 10th career interception and returned it 16 yards. Surpassed 100 tackles for fourth consecutive year.

• Against Houston (12/11), led team with 11 tackles and tied for team lead with career-high two sacks of David Carr. Recorded solo sack to thwart the Texans’ opening series and on next series shared sack with Peter Sirmon. Later split sack with Travis LaBoy.

• At Miami (12/24), tied for team lead with nine tackles with one sack and one tackle for loss. Sack of Gus Frerotte gave him five sacks in 2005, tying his career high from 2004. Moved past Steve Kiner (738 career tackles) for eighth place on team’s all-time tackling list.

• In season finale at Jacksonville (1/1), led team with 11 tackles, giving him 150 or more tackles for fourth consecutive season.

2004 (16/16): Bulluck started all 16 games at right outside linebacker and led team in tackles for third consecutive season. Named Sports Illustrated All-Pro and was also named to Pro Football Weekly’s midseason All-Pro team. In addition to his 171 tackles, set career highs in sacks (five) and passes defensed (12) and matched career high in interceptions (two). Led team or tied for team high in tackles in 11 games. Added two quarterback pressures, eight tackles for loss, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery for touchdown (1/2 vs. Det.). Became franchise’s first player since Gregg Bingham (1979-81) to record 170 or more tackles in three consecutive seasons.

• In season opener at Miami (9/11), led team with 12 tackles and pressured Dolphins quarterback A.J. Feeley into third quarter interception, which was returned 37 yards for touchdown by Lamont Thompson.

• At Minnesota (10/24), led team with season-high 14 tackles, including sack of Daunte Culpepper. Eclipsed 500 career tackles in game.

• Against Cincinnati (10/31), led team with 13 tackles, including sack of Carson Palmer for four-yard loss in fourth quarter.

• Against Chicago (11/14), led team with 13 tackles, including first quarter sack of Craig Krenzel for 12-yard loss.

• At Houston (11/28), matched season high with team-high 14 tackles, including six-yard sack of David Carr, Bulluck’s fourth sack in five games.

• At Oakland (12/19), recorded seventh career interception and first of season, picking off Kerry Collins pass that was batted at line of scrimmage by Randy Starks.

• Against Denver (12/25), tied season high with team-high 14 tackles and also intercepted Jake Plummer pass and returned it 25 yards to set up Craig Hentrich’s 50-yard field goal as time expired in first half. Interception was second in two weeks. Eclipsed 150 tackles for season, becoming first player for franchise since Gregg Bingham (1979-81) to record 150 or more tackles in three consecutive seasons.

• Against Detroit (1/2), sacked Joey Harrington in first quarter, stripping ball, recovering and returning it 39 yards for touchdown and 7-0 lead. Touchdown was fourth of career (third on fumble recovery).

2003 (16/16, 2/2): Started 16 games at right outside linebacker, earning All-Pro and Pro Bowl honors after leading team in tackles (171) for second straight year (180 in 2002). Registered eight games where he totaled double-digit tackles while leading squad in tackles six times. Played a major role in helping defense finish first in NFL against the run, preventing seven running backs from surpassing the 100-yard barrier who rushed for more than 1,000-yards during the regular season. In addition to his team-high 171 tackles, Bulluck collected three sacks, two interceptions, nine quarterback pressures, eight tackles behind the line of scrimmage, five passes defensed, a team-high five forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries.

• Against New Orleans (9/21), accounted for seven stops on defense, a fourth quarter sack which forced a fumble by Saints signal caller Aaron Brooks, and one quarterback pressure. Helped limit RB Deuce McAllister, who finished fourth in NFL with 1,641 yards, to a season-low 8 yards on 11 carries, the lowest in his career where he recorded at least 10 carries.

• At Pittsburgh (9/28), set a career-and-season high with 19 tackles and two quarterback pressures in 30-13 win. His tackle total was most by Titans player since Joe Bowden’s 19 stops on Sept. 6, 1998.

• At Carolina (10/19), posted nine tackles, one quarterback pressure, three stops behind line of scrimmage, one pass defensed and one fumble recovery, a fourth quarter fumble by RB DeShaun Foster, which was returned 32 yards for his first touchdown of season and third of his career to extend Titans lead to 37-10.

• Against Miami (11/9), tied (Peter Sirmon) for team-lead with nine tackles and picked off his first interception of season against QB Brian Griese in fourth quarter of 31-7 win.

• Against Jacksonville (11/16), accounted for a team-high 13 tackles and forced QB Byron Leftwich to fumble on a third quarter sack. Also credited with one quarterback pressure and one tackle behind line of scrimmage in 13-3 win over Jaguars.

• Against Buffalo (12/14), tallied 10 tackles and one tackle for a loss in 28-26 come-from-behind win over the Bills. Credited with sack, forced fumble and fumble recovery when he tackled QB Drew Bledsoe on the Bills 18-yard line.

• At Houston (12/21), registered seven tackles, one pass defensed and one forced fumble, which was returned 61 yards for a touchdown by CB Samari Rolle in team’s 27-24 win.

• Against Tampa Bay in season finale (12/28), recorded a team-high nine tackles and intercepted a fourth quarter pass by QB Shaun King which resulted in a Titans touchdown three plays later in 33-13 win.

• Started at outside linebacker in both postseason games, totaling a team-high 18 tackles while helping limit NFL league leading rusher Jamal Lewis to season-low 35 yards on 14 carries in win over Baltimore (1/3).

2002 (16/16, 2/2): Started all 16 games at right outside linebacker and led the club with 180 tackles – the most by any player with the franchise since 1986. He added 15 quarterback pressures, 10 tackles for loss, one interception, three passes defensed, one sack, three forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries and one touchdown.

• Was named All-Pro by Sports Illustrated’s Peter King, first-team All-Pro by Football Digest, second-team All-Pro by Associated Press and All-AFC by Pro Football Weekly.

• Led or tied for team high in tackles in 12 out of 16 regular season games.

• Led team with 11 tackles in AFC Divisional Playoff win against Pittsburgh (1/11).

• Tallied then career high 16 tackles in 30-24 win at Cincinnati (10/27). Helped to keep Corey Dillon out of end zone on fourth-and-goal play from the one-yard line with 1:13 remaining to seal victory.

• Posted 14 tackles in games vs. Houston (11/10), Pittsburgh (11/17), Indianapolis (12/8/02) and New England (12/16).

• On successive plays during the Colts’ first possession (12/8), tackled Edgerrin James for one-yard loss and intercepted a Peyton Manning pass.

• Returned Peyton Manning fumble (caused by Tank Williams) 61 yards for his second career touchdown in a 23-15 win at Indianapolis (11/3).

2001 (15/3): Saw action as a nickel linebacker, starting two games and posting 64 tackles, two interceptions, one sack, five passes defensed, eight special teams tackles and two special teams fumble recoveries.

• Intercepted passes in consecutive weeks against Baltimore (11/12) and at Cincinnati (11/18), picking off a pass from Elvis Grbac and then Jon Kitna for his third career interception.

• Posted first career sack against Rich Gannon in the team’s 13-10 win at Oakland (12/22).

2000 (16/1, 1/0): Tallied first NFL start against the N.Y. Giants (10/1) in a four-LB package.

• Recorded first career interception against Dallas quarterback Anthony Wright and returned it eight yards for first career touchdown in 31-0 win on Monday Night Football (12/25).

COLLEGE:

• Played strong safety, outside linebacker and middle linebacker at Syracuse.

• Started three seasons and recorded 375 tackles (seventh-most in school history), six sacks, three interceptions, three forced fumbles and six fumble recoveries during his career as an Orangeman.

• Named first-team All-Big East and received the Bill Horr Award as Syracuse’s most valuable player as a senior in 1999.

• Led the conference with a career-high 138 tackles as a senior.

• Earned second-team All-Big East honors with team-leading 104 tackles as a junior.

• Redshirted as a true freshman in 1995.

• Graduated with a degree in psychology from Syracuse.

PERSONAL:

• Single, splits time between Nashville and Edgewater, N.J. Has a daughter, Keira Jae Bulluck.

• At Clarkstown (New City, N.Y.) High, named first-team All County, first-team All-State, Blue-Chip All-American, and both Prep Football Report and Super Prep All-Northeast.

• All-County basketball selection as a junior.

• Has appeared in studio for NFL Network’s “NFL Total Access” and “Playbook” and ESPN’s “Edge NFL Matchup,” has co-hosted “Titans All Access,” and has been in studio for “The Dan Patrick Radio Show.”

• Participated in Titans Hometown Huddle and Titans Caravan as well as area hospital and school visits.

• Named 2004 Honorary Chairman of Foster Care Awareness in hometown of Rockland County, N.Y.

• In 2004, was recognized as co-Professional Male Athlete of the Year by The Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame, sharing honor with teammate Steve McNair.

• Enjoys cooking.

• Watched 2004 Bristol 500 from the pit.

• List of favorites: (movie) “Carlito’s Way”; (TV show) “Martin”; (actor) Samuel L. Jackson; (music artist) Jay-Z; (school subject) science; (sports team other than the Titans) New York Mets; (car) Aston Martin Vanquish; (vacation getaways) Rome and Barcelona; and (food) Italian and soul food.

• Born Keith J. Bulluck on April 4, 1977 in Suffern, N.Y.

Defensive
YearTeamGTotalSoloAstSckSFTYPDefIntTDsYdsAvgLng
TOTAL 170 1,069 779 290 18 0 59 21 1 199 -- 35
2010 NYG 13 31 21 10 0 -- 2 2 0 7 3.5 6
2009 TEN 14 108 81 27 0 -- 7 3 0 45 15 23
2008 TEN 16 98 75 23 0.5 0 6 -- -- -- -- --
2007 TEN 16 88 68 20 0 -- 7 5 0 63 12.6 35
2006 TEN 16 143 99 44 2.5 0 6 1 0 0 -- 0
2005 TEN 16 138 102 36 5 -- 7 2 0 16 8 16
2004 TEN 16 152 100 52 5 0 11 2 0 25 12.5 25
2003 TEN 16 135 104 31 3 0 4 2 0 9 4.5 9
2002 TEN 16 125 99 26 1 0 6 1 0 5 5 5
2001 TEN 15 51 30 21 1 -- 3 2 0 21 10.5 21
2000 TEN 16 -- -- -- 0 0 0 1 1 8 8 8
Fumbles
YearTeamGFUMLostFFOWN FROPP FROWN YDSOPP YDSTDOOBSftyTB
TOTAL 170 1 0 14 0 13 0 161 4 0 0 0
2010 NYG 13 -- -- 0 -- 1 -- 10 -- -- -- --
2009 TEN 14 -- -- 0 -- 1 -- 0 -- -- -- --
2008 TEN 16 -- -- 1 -- 1 -- 0 0 -- -- --
2007 TEN 16 1 0 1 -- 1 -- 2 -- 0 0 0
2006 TEN 16 -- -- 2 -- 1 -- 17 1 -- -- --
2005 TEN 16 -- -- 1 -- 1 -- 0 -- -- -- --
2004 TEN 16 -- -- 1 -- 1 -- 39 1 -- -- --
2003 TEN 16 -- -- 5 -- 2 -- 32 1 -- -- --
2002 TEN 16 -- -- 3 -- 2 -- 61 1 -- -- --
2001 TEN 15 -- -- 0 -- 2 -- 0 -- -- -- --
2000 TEN 16 -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- 0 -- -- --

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