In football, you're hitting, so you might as well hit in practice.
I have a good house for hosting, so we had the barbecues, and some of the guys over for Thanksgiving, even Christmas.
I just want to play until I think I don't feel good - and if I can still do it. If I can't do it, I don't think I'll keep going once I don't feel I'm playing the way I want to.
Growing up, I was taught a man's word is his bond.
I always felt like we were here to do a job, so you should be out there practicing and playing.
I always was flattered when people would say I would do whatever it took for the team. I always thought of myself as that kind of guy.
I hurt my left knee playing left tackle. I had surgery on my right knee.
I like to keep most of my private life private.
I'm not going to say something I shouldn't. In that way, I was probably the perfect guy to play in New England.
If I can run, I'm not going to sit out any game. I'm here to play football, not to watch and collect a check.
If you could still run and play, there's no reason to go see a doctor, right?
It's a place I'll always remember, and I have nothing bad to say about New England. I love that place.
The best thing I've ever heard another player say is, 'I hate playing against you.'
When someone invests in you, I don't want to disappoint them. I want to be the player they think they're getting.
You always feel pretty good after a bye, after a couple of days off. Not having a game, you freshen up a little.
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