Keith Bulluck gets interviewed over at Huffington Post about his plan to pursue a Master's degree in sports psychology to help make him a better mentor and on-air analyst. Bulluck is also continuing his long-time activism for foster kids through his charity, the Keith Bulluck Believe & Achieve Foundation. Meanwhile, we can continue the countdown for Bulluck to join the Titans Ring of Honor.
Really, Paul K... really???:
The best thing this team has going for it is that it will be choosing a quarterback who has a great training camp and he will be throwing to what should be an unimpressive array of weapons in Kenny Britt, Chris Johnson, Nate Washington, Kendall Wright and Jared Cook.
Breaking News: Eugene Amano's 3-year pass blocking trends are awful. The primary reason for this streak has been a complete lack of many of the more crucial skill sets required to play Center at a high-NFL level.
Chris Johnson's pass blocking isn't much better, but that's much further down on his list of priorities than it is for Amano.
More non-news on the QB competition that won't actually start back up until QBs and rookies report on July 24th.
My apologies to the Colts, whom I mocked for not opting to take the easier route regarding the new blackout rules. After learning more about the implications of opting-in, it really makes no sense at all for any team who has a longstanding streak of sell-outs. Also, the Titans are going the same way, for the same reason.
Steve McNair Jr. has chosen to play college football at Midwestern State, located in Wichita Falls, TX. Rather than follow his father's footsteps as a QB, Jr. will play WR next season.