You don't have to worry about me.
I love making people happy and I think I'm basically a good person ...despite what you might read about me!
Nobody likes to get booed. Maybe [it was] the fact they don't know nothing about me or they didn't believe I could play in the [American League]. But I know what I can do.
My plan is two years from now people will be talking about me as one of the great linebackers that's played.
My neck hurts. My lower back doesn't feel too good. My knees are the best thing about me right now, so I don't know what's going on. As far as the formerly injured area, I feel good. I have those two-a-day lumps, the tired neck from keeping this big helmet on, but other than that I feel normal.
It's not about me, it's about the kids. As long as I can cover the rent, I'm happy.
I sure do appreciate that people think so much about me.
I was freaked out about it, ... I felt guilty; I felt really moved that people cared about me that much, but I'm still kind of paralyzed because I can't do it the way I want to do it, and I opted not to talk to anybody because I thought it might [mess] up my chances of getting things to go right.
I don't care what they said about me. I am running to serve my country, not the international community.
My ex-wife did three or four articles about me in a tabloid newspaper which was very sad.
It wasn't so much about me as about the next guy who might get shot accidentally.
My son is going through a Daddy thing. It's always Dada, Dada, Dada. I'm like, 'What about me? Mama! I carried you around for nine months.' What did Tim do? He just had sex with me. It was all fun for Tim. All gain.
[Mr. Deutsch said:] I'm a little blown away to hear that he said that about me. This was resolved in a manner that I thought was amicable, and subsequently I've had conversations with him with respect to the property. ... many years into the future, and I'm sure that Donald did not mean to say what he said.
In generalities, thank God people are nipping at my heels, talking about me, and jealous. Sometimes people celebrate my failures. It's just a different take on things. Sometimes people are good people and sometimes people are bad people. Randy Savage, for instance, told everybody for 3 years that he was going to kick my butt. I ran into him in Orlando, walked right up to him, offered to shake his hand - he wouldn't shake my hand, didn't want to go outside. He just sat in his chair and shook for 30 minutes scared to death. That has got to tell you something about his character. He can say whatever he wants. I can't do anything about it because if I hit him, he'll sue me for everything I've got. That's his deal. That's what makes him happy. He lives in misery.
I know there were a lot of questions about me, but if you lay a good foundation, you can open some eyes up, ... I felt like that was really my first NFL game (Sunday), starting and everything, and I wanted to make plays. But I have to do it, week in and week out, like all the great ones.
I was always confident. It's just about me being confident in what I'm doing and knowing what's going on with our team.
This really is not about me at all.
I had great, great times as a Little League coach. People were talking about me quitting acting, and they would say, "What about your creative juices?" Coaching is creative, because you could take a kid who thought he wasn't any good and, within four minutes, change his mind. And I didn't have to wait six months for them to put music to it.
My son is quite supportive. He does worry about me but he is supportive. My daughter prefers that I don't do this. Again, she accepts that this is who I am and it's important to me that I do this work, but she would much rather I didn't.
It gives me someone to talk to, someone that cares about me. It's always nice to hear a friendly voice first thing in the morning.
I've got a talent to act. No matter what any newspapers say about me I'm one of the most sensitive human beings on earth.
I feel good enough to where I could do something. But this is not about me. It's about the other 24 guys and what's best for the team.
I'm a professional. I don't want people to read something about me in the tabloids going out with celebrities or whatever. It might be a bit boring but I have to give values to my children.
My children and grandchildren, I think that's something they remember about me. Wrestling is kind of a family sport in a way. Only the young ones do it, but the family is there to support.
I think what people might not really know about me is that I'm really a shy individual. I've grown over the years and I know how to adapt to situations, where I can go into a situation where there's a crowd of people and just take over. But pretty much I'm off to myself. And I'm totally committed to the game of football. That's why I've had so much success.