Bulluck worked with the first unit Friday and proclaimed himself ready to go Monday|||||||
Bulluck was out the last three games with turf toe.
The Giants have agreed to terms with Bulluck. Agent Gary Wichard says Bulluck and the team came to an agreement Saturday. Media reports said the deal was for one year and $2.5 million.|||||||
Bulluck has spent his entire 10-year career with the Titans. He was a first-round pick out of Syracuse in 2000 and grew up about 30 miles north of where the Giants play in East Rutherford, N.J. The 33-year-old is coming off a serious knee injury. He tore his left anterior cruciate ligament in December. He was second on the team with 118 tackles in 14 games.
Bulluck will be unrestricted and able to sign with any team.|||||||
The Titans did not offer a tender to Bulluck.
Bulluck has a torn left anterior cruciate ligament and will miss the rest of the season while outside linebacker David Thornton will have season-ending shoulder surgery later this week.|||||||
Coach Jeff Fisher announced Monday that test results show Bulluck tore his left ACL in the third quarter of their 27-24 overtime victory over Miami on Sunday. He will have surgery within two weeks. A 10-year veteran, Bulluck is the franchise's tackler in the final year of his contract. He made his 127th consecutive start against Miami, second only to only London Fletcher of Washington (148) among linebackers.
Bulluck hurt his left knee in the third quarter Sunday against Miami and went straight to the locker room.|||||||
He was hurt defending on third-and-2, and his knee appeared to buckle under him. He was on the ground for a couple minutes and had to be helped off the field, though he started walking without assistance once he reached the sideline. The 10-year veteran had started his 127th straight game Sunday. He was the AFC defensive player of the week for intercepting two passes in last week's 47-7 win over St. Louis.