"Obviously Keith and I got to be very close and we enjoyed some great times and endured some difficult times together." said Fisher. "He had a great run here, and we just weren't able to get him back. He worked out a deal with the Giants. I put the tape on, and I'm really happy for him. He's playing well, and there was no doubt in my mind that he would come off this injury because he has been healthy his whole career, and he is a quick healer..... I'm so happy for him that he's playing again, and playing at a high level."
Fisher expanded on his comments about Bulluck's healing ability and how Bulluck's familiarity might change the Titans' approach the game.
"The injury took place with three or four games left, and I know Keith very well and that he was going to work. He's worked to keep himself in great shape over the years. He's overcome a lot of minor things that might keep a player out a week, he seemed to bounce back every single week. It's not surprising to me that he was able to bounce back."
"There will always be some minor things that can potentially be of concern. We're just going to play, it's football," said Fisher. "He's going to play, and he'll happen to recognize everyone on the other side of the ball. He'll probably approach it like training camp."