Camp is always all business.
Track and field, because it was something I could do by myself, one-on-one, me against everybody else.
The Yankees, you see, they're a money team, they're the class of baseball. You don't ever bet against that.
Some people say I'm the best back in the NFL. That's what drives you: You want everyone saying there's no doubt who's the best.
I'm an old-school guy.
I would love to spend my whole career in Scan Diego because I accept the challenge of turning this team around.
I knew I had to go out and perform. I had a lot of fans watching!
I think every year you have something to prove.
Rex brings out the macho talk and tells everyone this is what we're going to be and what we're going to do. And you see what happened. The players did it. It worked.
I want to win a championship. I can't come on this team and demand to be a starter.
I have to fit in. Wherever they want to use me, that's fine.
I've still got a lot left in the tank. I think people are starting to see I've got a lot left in the tank.
I'm going to make the playoffs. You can believe that. To never play in the playoffs, that will not be my legacy.
I've been dealing with being overlooked my whole life.
In the NFL, everyone's attacking, so you have to be quicker in your decisions.
I get stronger as the game goes on.
I know how to rebuild a team. I know how to step in and work hard.
Whenever something good happens to me, I try-it may sound kind of bad-to think a little negative. I just always try to keep myself grounded.
I keep my eyes wide open. Because trouble is out there.
I like to think of myself as the running LT. I like to run up the middle and wear defenses down. It's more exciting in between the tackles.
I want to have a family and teach them the way to live their lives, pretty much the way I was raised, with a lot of love and the Lord. I want them to stay off the streets, and to have goals and dreams.
I think there was always that question mark of why am I not in St. Louis anymore? I think everybody had those questions and probably had those perceptions of me.
I've always had confidence.
I expected to play well, I expected to lead my team, and I expected to win.
My friends said, 'You're crazy, enjoy single life.' But that's not for me.
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