I’m pretty sure I could outrun the whole Dallas Cowboys team.
I dedicate myself and work hard in the weight room and treat every practice as if it were a game.
People say I’m injury-prone but that’s definitely not true.
I run angry. Football allows me to take out some of my pain on the field.
I want people to come to the game to see what I will do next.
"I definitely run up right, and I’ve got pretty good speed."
"My dad means a lot to me. He’s the one who put a football in my hands."
When I go out on the field, I just put it in my mind that I’m playing for my family.
I want to win four or five championship rings. That’s how I dream. I dream big.
I want to help my team get to the playoffs, win, and run wild.
I want to be the best player to ever play this game.
"It feels good to give back to the people who support you."
"I have to continue to be a great leader and contribute in any way that I can, and get guys to follow suit. That’s how you turn a team around."
I'm really not vocal and expressive, but I'm starting to get more comfortable to open up.
I remember my mistakes more than my success.
I have the mentality that if you come in playing not to get hurt, that's when you're going to get hurt. So I play relentless.
Adversity makes me hungrier. I thrive on being able to make a way out of No Way.
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