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Tennessee Titans Daily Links: Catching Up With Keith Bulluck Edition

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"Are you not impressed!"
"Are you not impressed!"

Tennessee_titans_30x21 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.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 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.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 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.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 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.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 More non-news on the QB competition that won't actually start back up until QBs and rookies report on July 24th.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 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.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 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.