Okay. I've got to type this again. My browser closed suddenly right when I was finishing it. Bulluck was on a few minutes past 5:30 on the "Afternoon Blitz" for those who want to and can hear the replay tonight. Schein started with what he had been up to, etc. Keith said he had been in Europe, something he's always wanted to do, and been catching up with friends. Schein said he knew he had been disappointed with losing the last two seasons, something to which he wasn't accustomed. Keith said he was emotionally drained more than anything from the last two years. Schein asked him about the FA signings and the excitement they have generated in Nashville. Keith said they were good signings, bringing good leadership hopefully, especially Mawae. He seemed to like having Thornton, though they didn't go into the Sirmon situation. Of course he asked about McNair. Keith said if it was done to him, he probably wouldn't be back. Said he just couldn't see it. Pointed out that the franchise wouldn't have gotten close to winning the SB without him, much less played in it in all likelihood. He said there is no love or loyalty when it comes to the business. Schein asked him if he was prepared for life without McNair -- he said he was. He allowed that when he got back to BSP there might be more hope to the situation than he is aware. He's talked to some players, and has only played phone tag with McNair himself. This led to talk of the draft. Schein asked him who he wanted us to take with the #3 pick. The answer was Vince Young; said his athleticism allowed him to do more things with the offense. Now I'll say Schein is pretty sure we'll take Leinart (and he asks very leading questions sometimes, especially when pressed for time). He said if McNair is gone he thought Leinart would be perfect for us and could come in and know the offense quicker than any rookie or vet not already on the team. Bulluck said if that was the case then he may well be the pick. Also asked who makes the picks -- Bulluck (incorrectly) said "the coaches, I guess," but added "I do know Floyd Reese was directly responsible" for his coming to Tennessee. In the end they agreed it would come down to Floyd and Bud in this case probably. On a related note, for what it's worth, I read the coaches are higher on Leinart, but the scouts are higher on Young. That leaves Floyd and Bud to decide, which it does anyway. That's interesting if that's how it's divided, but who knows?