Detroit’s Safety Situation: Healthy Bullocks Puts Less Weight on Draft?

April 10, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Detroit Lions currently have six safeties on their roster.
Most notably, rookie safety Louis Delmas.
Also on their roster is Ko Simpson, Kalvin Pearson, Marvin White, Marquand Manuel, and Daniel Bullocks.
Daniel Bullocks is one to keep an eye on.
This former Cornhusker was selected in the second round of the 2006 NFL Draft, and has been a impact player when healthy—keyword, "healthy."
While entering in as rookie for Detroit in 2006, Bullocks started in seven games and played in 15. Bullocks also led all NFC rookie defensive backs with 70 tackles (52 solo) while staying in the top five (fourth overall) according to detroitlions.com
Then, his sophomore campaign was cut off short when he was placed on IR prior to the beginning of the regular season due to knee injuries.
After spending the offseason and training camp rehabbing his knee, Bullocks entered the year with a desire to come out and be the starting safety in Detroit
And that was to...

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