Bullitt first signed with the Colts in 2007 as an undrafted free agent out of Texas A&M. After receiving limited playing time his rookie year, the 26-year old bursted out during the 2008 season by making three game-saving interceptions to secure late victories for the team.
In the years since, Bullitt has consistently proven to be a reliable counter to the oft-injured Bob Sanders. The four-year veteran took on a larger leadership role with the team in 2010, serving as co-captain of the Colts special teams.
The re-signing of Bullitt became a chief priority for Indianapolis after the team lost out on Eric Weddle to the Chargers. Bullitt also drew interest from the St. Louis Rams and the Arizona Cardinals.
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