Veteran linebacker Keith Bulluck, who spent 10 seasons with the Titans before joining the Giants in 2010, wants to add a 12th season to his NFL resume. And he has three teams for which he’d like to play.
Bulluck listed his preferences in an interview with SiriusXM NFL Radio, via Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press.
“First and foremost, New York because they gave me an opportunity to come and continue my career, really get healthy, where I needed to be,” Bulluck said. “Detroit. I like what [coach Jim] Schwartz is doing up there. Last year, I wasn’t prepared physically to play and do the things that they would need me to do, but now I feel I am. New England is always veteran-friendly, and I know, every year, they’re in contention of winning.
“Like I say, I want to win, really. At this point in my career, financially, me and my family are fine. But I definitely would like to be in a position to play myself into maybe possibly being one of the top-paid linebackers in the league again. Definitely one of the top players in the league.”
Bulluck played for Schwartz in Tennessee, where Schwartz worked for multiple years as defensive coordinator before becoming the head coach in Detroit.
Last year, Bulluck appeared in 13 games, starting eight. He had 21 tackles, 10 assists, and two interceptions. At one point in his career, Bulluck started every game for seven straight seasons.