Keith Bulluck was drafted by the Tennessee Titans 30th overall in the 2000 NFL Draft after a standout career at Syracuse University. He was a three time NFL All-Pro (2002, 2003, 2007) and made the Pro Bowl in 2003. Keith led the Titans in tackles five times. In 2004 he led the NFL in tackles with 152. In 2007, he recorded a Titans record five interceptions for a linebacker.
After spending 10 years in Tennessee, Keith signed a one-year free agent contract with his hometown New York Giants after sustaining an ACL injury 7-months prior. He retired a year later, in 2012, as a member of the Titans.
Keith was named as one of the 108 modern era nominees for the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s 2016 class, alongside teammates Steve McNair and Eddie George.
In retirement, he remains close to the game and is an instructor for The Opening, a competition for the nation’s most elite high school football prospects.