When asked if he thought it would be his final season as a Titan, Bulluck said the signs are pointing to it, but he isn't discouraged.
“I think so, yeah,” Bulluck said. “And I have no reason to believe that it isn’t. But I don’t look at it as something that makes me sad, I really don’t. I have seen great players come here and go, players you’d think would finish their careers here and didn’t."
Bulluck's contract is counting $7.85 million against the Titans' salary cap this season. He led the Titans with 98 tackles in 2008.
The 32-year-old linebacker knows that his departure wouldn't be a shot at him from the team.
“But I know how things work, and know it isn’t personal," Bulluck said. "The circumstances for me this year are different. I am kind of approaching this year like it’s my senior year in college.’’
However, if Bulluck stays at his productive pace and signs a deal that keeps the Titans' salary in mind, it wouldn't be a shock to see the heart of the defense return in Tennessee.