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By Michael P. Orsi
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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Keith Bulluck
The Giants forced four turnovers Sunday in a 17-14 victory over the Washington Redskins, a result that was rendered moot for postseason purposes when Green Bay beat Chicago 10-3 to claim the remaining wild card berth in the NFC.
Cortland Finnegan is polite, rarely forgetting to say "Thank you" and "Yes, ma'am." He works hard for charity, having pushed a high school cancer patient's wheelchair five miles during a Thanksgiving road race before heading to practice.
New York Giants receiver Mario Manningham returned to practiced on Thursday, just days after suffering a concussion.
Veteran linebacker Will Witherspoon is helping Titans' fans forget about Keith Bulluck.
The Tennessee Titans and New York Giants thought they put all the concerns about their franchises to rest in the opening weekend of the season.
Keith Bulluck may not play middle linebacker for the New York Giants after all.
Safety Chris Hope sees an aggressive defense. Tackle Tony Brown thinks Tennessee is ready for a track meet this season thanks to all the fast, athletic guys around him. Linebacker Stephen Tulloch believes the Titans are group of unknowns ready to make their reputations.
Tom Coughlin has been ready to start training camp with the New York Giants for about eight months.
The New York Giants have agreed to terms with free agent linebacker Keith Bulluck.
"It was all self-inflicted," said linebacker Keith Bulluck, who had an interception. "We were in the driver's seat. And then we were in the passenger seat. And now we're in the back seat."
"He is a mobile quarterback and you want him to be mobile away from his strength," Bulluck said, "away from where he can throw the ball 60 yards with a flick of his wrist."