When I got drafted by Minnesota, and I think I said this a couple weeks ago, I think I felt obligated to bring a Super Bowl to Minnesota.
I always forgive, but I never forget.
And it hurts as a player, that you put a lot of hard work in during the week, and at the end of the week, Sunday, when you get on the field, that's when they acknowledge about the hard work that you put in throughout the week. That's actually a disappointment.
When you're rich you don't write checks.
I'm still overwhelmed and, at the same time, kind of star struck that I am part of this New England Patriots organization.
I don't know how many more times I'll be in New England again. But I leave coach Belichick and those guys with a salute: 'I love you guys. I miss you. I'm out.'
I love the game so much. I've been penalized. I've been fined. I have some regrets in my career. But for those four hours on Sunday, you can be free and just let it all go. Retiring had nothing to do with football; it had to do with my family.
Ain't nothing but 10 grand. What's 10 grand to me?
The New England Patriots have always been a special organization and I've always watched from afar.
I can't really have any friends. It's sad, really. It's lonely. But that's how I am.
If you're asking me where my heart and where I'm happy is, I love playing with Tom Brady. I love being coached by Bill Belichick.
It's not my fault that people don't know me. I'm going to speak my mind, no matter what the consequences are.
What I have done in my nine year career was just a glimpse of what I can do.
I'm from West Virginia. If you didn't know what was happening in NASCAR, you were on the outside. NASCAR is a big league sport, but it's still also country and redneck.
Well, I've learned a lot from Bill Belichick. I've said time and time again, before I got to New England, I thought I knew a lot about football. But I think he taught me a lot from A to Z. I still carry it to this day.
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