We broke down a couple of times out there. But we ended up with more plays than breakdowns and that's the important thing.
We were calm and collected. We got together. We identified the problem and corrected it. We played the rest of the game.
If they're paying money to have you on their team, you should want to ask and should want to know -- and are obligated to know. Everybody knows my abilities. Everybody knows what I stand for, people who know me. And if you get to know me, you really know my heart and that I'm real sincere.
He doesn't do a lot of looking off. Once he looks at a certain direction, you can pretty much guess he's going to throw that way. He looked to the left and didn't see nothing. Once he did that, I knew he was in scrambling mode.
It hurt me in the draft, because it kind of damaged my character and put me in a light that I don't want to be put in. Teams know I'm a good player. People that know me or get to know me know I'm a good person with character.
That feels great. It feels terrific. It lifts a burden, not just for me but for my family and all those people who support me. People look up to me, and it's important that I do set the right example.
I was never a knucklehead off the field. I was a person who abided by the rules and had been an upstanding guy you could count on, and still am.
We willed this win. Our team is mature enough to recognize when a critical point comes up and we'll always make a play. We know when it's time to step up and make a play and that's what we did today.
I took part in every drill. It was just a scare.
It's an exciting time. I'm mostly excited, and a little nervous in a way. I just feel fortunate that I'm in a position where I'm going to have an opportunity to play professional football. You never know where you're going to go until it happens, but I'm confident that I can play at the next level.