Eleven year veteran linebacker Keith Bulluck officially retired as a member of the Tennessee Titans on Friday. Bulluck played in Tennessee for 10 years from 2000-09 and the New York Giants in 2010. After sitting out the 2011 season because of the lockout, Bulluck has made his retirement official. He finishes his career with 1,088 total tackles, 18.0 sacks, 21 interceptions, 15 forced fumbles and 13 fumble recoveries.
Bulluck was an IDP legend for years. From 2002 to 2006, he averaged 138.8 tackles per season and remained a consistent fantasy performer up until his final season with the Giants. A vastly underrated and underappreciated commodity, Bulluck was Tennessee's own Ray Lewis or Brian Urlacher. Following in his footsteps, keep an eye on second-year linebacker Colin McCarthy now with the Titans. He's expected to put up big numbers just like Bulluck did for many years.