The Tennessean fronts a story about KB not expecting to be back, adding that he wants to be back and appreciates the franchise, but he's seen every major leader in the franchise be shown the door at some point or another. That's been well chronicled around here, but the big news is that after I complained in the comments about the lack of respect--or at the very least lip service--being paid to KB by the front office, Jeff Fisher comes through for me:
Coach Jeff Fisher said it’s not necessarily the end of the line for Bulluck and the Titans, however.
"We’d like to try and create some opportunity where Keith can finish his career with us,’’ Fisher said Monday night. "Regardless of whether there’s been serious discussions or not, that is the sentiment of the organization.
"It is complicated, and it is a different situation. He had a serious knee injury that he is rehabbing and is working very hard at, so there are other factors there.’’
On the heels of that interview, Jim Wyatt posts about how big of a role Bulluck has played in the Nashville community since he was drafted b y the franchsie. And yes, oHLo1, your comment at the bottom of that post is correct: watching Bulluck leave will hurt as much as watching Eddie and Steve put on another uniform.
Follow us through the jump for the dumbest damned train of thought you'll ever here from a Colts fan not named BBS...
Once again, juxtaposition.
Don't expect the Titans and Chargers to actually swap Lendale and Cromartie for a variety of reasons, says Jim Wyatt. Perhaps the best point here is that Cormartie, for all of his big plays, is notoriously soft and consistently erratic in coverage.
Some Colts fans are willing to say out loud that they think Peyton Manning, with the help of fellow New Orleans-native Reggie Wayne, THREW THE GAME SEALING TOUCHDOWN ON PURPOSE. Just remember next time you vote in a national election, their vote counts too. Isn't that depressing?
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