Pick #116: North Carolina State LB Stephen Tulloch

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  1. goTitans.com

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    SUMMARY: Height: 5-10.5Weight: 24140 Time: 4.92With the 116th pick of the 2006 NFL Draft, the Tennessee Titans select North Carolina State LB Stephen Tulloch.Tulloch was an All-Conference selection last season, leading the team in tackles, posting 119/16/3. He is an athletic linebacker who likes to mix it up. Tulloch displays good range, is fast in any direction and forces the action.

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  2. Gunny

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    so his 40 times has ranged from 4.7 to 4.92
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  3. SARGO127

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    I would have rather had a OL...
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  4. Trey

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    I'm confused about this pick. No wonder he made so many tackles, he had 3 first round defensive lineman in front of him in Mario Williams, Manny Lawson and John McCargo!!
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  5. Gunny

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    then wouldnt they be making the tackles?
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  6. SARGO127

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    Good point...
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  7. nickmsmith

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    we DO NOT need an O-lineman!!! we have tons of people who are ready to start, and Stewart is much more ready than a rookie would be. Not to mention Bell.
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  8. Banger21

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    I like this pick. NC ST had a great defense last year and this guy lead them in takles, that says something. Does this mean we are just going to forget about having a middle linebacker? Just go with OLBs and play Nickel all the time.
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  9. Puck

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    as Gunny knows, I do notlike this pick (nothing against Stephen)
    he was projected as a late 5-6th rounder or a FA (depending on the spurce)
    I think their were better LB's available here and he coulda ben had later in the draft

    many scouting reports I read said that he might not succeed except in certain packages that revolve around speed ... but he runs a freaking 4.84 (avg) ... what does that have to do with speed ?
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  10. Titans2008

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    We have two very old guards and an ancient center. How do we not need linemen ?
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