This team chemistry is something to be proud of.
I'm going to score more.
Just relax and be him. He's a good enough player he doesn't have to go and do anything special. Just follow the rules and just be him.
I just told him to relax and be him. He's a good enough player. He doesn't have to go and do anything special.
I'm a McDonald's kind of guy, ... I'm easy to please.
I'm not a superstitious type of guy, ... I don't believe in all that stuff. I just do what I'm supposed to do, keep my mind focused and if things happen, take it one play at a time. That's how I've done it since I was a kid.
If I hung my head, my dad got after me. I got whuppings for that.
It was all about being mentally strong, coming back and making the next play.
Champ Bailey. He's strong and quick and everywhere he goes he tries to stick on you. He brings it to another level when he competes.
We don't want this to get back to last year. We want this to stop here. We want to get back to playing the way we were playing.
The real nifty thing ... is to be able to detect huge amounts of pipeline at a time.
When you're highly medicated you don't really feel the pain on Sunday, but after the game is a different story, ... So, you just have to know how to handle it accordingly. I'm in the training room getting rehab every morning, trying to get better.
She's very sad, very remorseful, very sorry. If there was any money to give back that wasn't gambled, she'd give it back.
When I saw the opportunity to be there for him, it goes beyond football. We'll remember this the rest of our lives.
We go at 11 at night and play a game or two before they close. There's nobody there so we can talk as loudly as we want.
I understand that, dog, I'm cool with it, ... Just move the ball whenever you need to.
My parents and brother and sister can basically fend for themselves.
(Madison) liked it. She thought it was fun time.
My memories of storms growing up was piling all the pillows in the hallway and playing football with my brother. We would sleep in the hallway just to be safe. That was a long time ago.
I really didn't want to look to see what was going on. It's like having a death in the family. What you do is just get over it and let it pass. Everybody goes through some tough times. So you just wish for better days.
I have a daughter back at home and that's my main concern, ... I know my parents and my brother is older, they can basically fend for themselves. But my daughter is only 3 years old, that's a harder challenge to take care of a child in situations like that, especially if something goes wrong. It is a load off your mind, now.