Bulluck a No Show at Offseason Workouts

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  1. TitanJeff

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    In a time where the Titans players and coaches have made a huge issue of leadership, he isn't here. That doesn't mean anything to you? He certainly isn't working out if he's sightseeing in Europe.

    That is complete BS and you would realize that if you just looked at the facts surrounding the event. The Titans front office ADMITTED that they didn't receive word from the NFL on the impact of a McNair injury on his contract until the last minute. McCormick and others have reported that Cook didn't get the call until AFTER McNair was escorted off the property.

    But let's not let the facts stand in the way of your personal issues with McNair.
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  2. TitanJeff

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    Hold on now. Maybe Bulluck plans a conference call from the Louvre to slide a little "leadership" to the younguns.
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  3. Titans2008

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    This is a really bad situation. The season is won and lost in the off season.
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  4. Fry

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    do people forget these workouts are voluntary?
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  5. metal957

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    No it doesn't in fact. Why doesn't everyone get off his back. There isn't anyone on this team who doesn't want a Super Bowl more than him and that is evident of his commernts in the past. Sure some may say McNair wants one more, but to tell the truth he isn't showing it in these contract talks by acting like some brat. Oh and I assume by that last stament there you have a itinerary of his trip. I'm sure he is in fine shape and keeping up with his conditioning.

    Oh that's a funny one there. What do you think that shows others like me who do support Bulluck whether or not he is at these "VOLUNTARY" workouts. Some people on here are so quick to point fingers and freak when stuff happens. This is being so over dramatized by many on this site.
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  6. metal957

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    Obvioulsy just about everyone who has commented about this other than you and me.
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  7. Gunny

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    You call Bulluck a leader but he skips out on voluntary practises, what does that tell the younger guys.
    He isn't willing to be there, so why should they.
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  8. metal957

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    Ok point taken but also hasn't Bulluck been there for years putting in the blood, sweat and, tears that now the younger ones need to do to get better. I'm not saying that Bulluck doesn't need practice because everyone does except McNair :brow: , but this is no reason to throw him under the bus and bash him.
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  9. Brian

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    No one is throwing him under the bus. We all know that Bulluck is the best player on the team, but true leaders lead by example. Being the only player to not show up at a team workout, voluntary or not, shows no leadership. He should have been there.
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  10. dg1979us

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    Well, at least we will have the most cultured team in the league I guess. Maybe he is going to break down the artistic intricacies of the mona lisa and relate it to football, to get the guys in touch with their inner selves while they're on the field.
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