After spending all of his first 10 NFL seasons with the same team Tennessee Titans, unrestricted free agent Keith Bulluck seriously wants to join a new team, which finally turned out to be the New York Giants. The Giants signed Bulluck to a one-year contract on Friday, ruling out the possibility of Bulluck putting on Minnesota Vikings jersey for his 11th NFL season.
Although suffering a major knee injury in last December, Bulluck managed to pass a Giants physical before a workout with the team Monday. And after taking off his Brett Favre jersey, no swelling was seen on his knee the day after his workout, convincing the Giants that the knee wouldn't pose a problem.
At age 33, Bulluck would be satisfied to earn $2.5 million with incentives in 2010 season. Compared to his former team Titans, who never showed any intension to re-sign Bulluck, the Giants seem to be more generous and have shown enough respects to the veteran. After all, Bulluck had started 130 of the 157 games he appeared during the past 10 seasons and compiled as many as 1,038 tackles, 18 sacks and 19 interceptions. He could just improve the Giants’ defense a lot with his experience.