Retired QB Marc Bulger has informed the Ravens that he'd be willing to return to football if Joe Flacco got hurt.
Free agent Marc Bulger has decided to retire, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
The Cardinals have reportedly begun pursuit of four veteran quarterbacks Tuesday, including free agent Marc Bulger.
According to Aaron Wilson of the Carroll County Times, free agent Marc Bulger has "strong interest" in re-signing with the Ravens.
According to Mike Jurecki of XTRA 910 Phoenix, free agent Marc Bulger has no interest in playing for the Cardinals.
Citing people close to the free agent, the Sports Xchange's Len Pasquerelli insists Marc Bulger "still has the fire to play" as a starter.
The Ravens would reportedly welcome free agent QB Marc Bulger back if he's not offered a chance to compete for a starting job in free agency.
The South Florida Sun-Sentinel's Omar Kelly believes "at worst," the Dolphins will land free agent Marc Bulger as their Chad Henne competition.
Kurt Warner told KTAR Radio in Arizona recently that he thinks free agent Marc Bulger is satisfied with being an NFL backup.
NFL Network's Jason LaCanfora has some "pretty good sources" on the Ravens who believe free agent Marc Bulger will be a "very good quarterback" in 2011.
According to NFL Network's Jason La Canfora, the Dolphins "might end up being the team to watch" for free agent Marc Bulger.
According to ESPN's John Clayton, free agent Marc Bulger is "probably gonna stay on the East Coast."
Free agent Marc Bulger doesn't want to sign with the Cardinals, hears ESPN's John Clayton.
ESPN 101's Tony Softli believes free agent Marc Bulger should remain a No. 2 quarterback and not be pursued by teams as a possible starter.