SUMMARY: LB Peter Sirmon has made the move to the middle and has put his knee injury of 2004 completely behind him. "I feel good," Sirmon said. 'I don’t know what my old self was, but I feel real comfortable out there, and I don’t feel like there’s any limitations on me taking a chance or trying to make a play." Sirmon missed all of the 2004 season after tearing the anterior cruciate ligament early in training camp that year. He came back at the start of 2005 and though he was able to play in 14 games, wasn't as effective as he was before the injury. Coach Jeff Fisher has noticed the difference. "This offseason has really helped him. Last year, he focused on rehabbing the knee," Fisher said. "Now, he’s able to really dwell on the quickness and the change of direction and strength and so forth. He’s doing much better." What do you think about this article? Post your comments below.