Aaron Rodgers - I love the way he scrambles and how he plays the game - he always makes great decisions with the ball.

When everyone turned away, the only person I could turn to was God within myself, and that is what I continue to rely on.

I don't have a number, I just want to catch them all. That's always my goal is to maximize every opportunity and every throw that's coming my way.

I don't think of myself as a small receiver, but you can't control what somebody says about you. It hasn't held me back - actually, I think I've changed the perception of smaller receivers.

You can get excited and feel unstoppable, but every week presents a new challenge. Each week, you have to work and get better.

It's a team game, but you've got to have individuals that really want the ball and want the pressure of being there to help get in a position to win.

I think Von Miller's got great style. For a defensive end, I think he has receiver-type style, swag.

I am filled with so much sincerity and gratitude to know where I came from and what I'm doing now.

Allowing guys to celebrate and get the fans involved and excited - it makes the game better.

The game has been great to me. The Steelers have been great to me, and I think things will work out and take its toll. But I'm just singularly focused on being a great player, being here around the guys and my teammates, and representing my family.

I lift weights in the offseason about four times a week; during the season, I'll lift three times a week. The weight training is key because most guys come in during the summertime as strong as they are going to get, and they fizzle down as the year starts.

At the onset, I decided to name my brand LVL XIII - which means Level 13. The number 13 identified within the name and concept of the brand references throughout history that every creation begins at the level of thought and idea.

Over the course of the game, you can't let negativity get in your head. Any time a guy playing negative upon emotion, it's not going to be a great day.

Yeah, I've always been a big Chunky Soup guy. I'm digging all the new Chunky Maxx flavors, which are packed with protein. Specifically, the black angus beef.

It's not about me. It's about the Steelers.

I'm a true professional. I don't play no acting games, and I take pride in my work and being a professional.

My job is to catch the ball no matter how they throw it - hard, soft, medium. You've got to be able to catch it.

We usually have a rookie show when camp is almost over. It's a chance to get to know the rookies and to have fun and set the pace for the season.

It's always great to engage with people. You never know who you can make an effect on. And I love interacting with the fans, hearing what they have to say and joking around with them. Anytime I can reach out online and give encouragement, motivate people, be a better citizen, that's what it's all about, man.

I'm a good guy with a good heart, and I have good intentions.

If you want to be the best, you can't take the path of least resistance. Every morning, you wake up, and your mind tells you it's too early, and your body tells you you're a little too sore, but you've got to look deep within yourself and know what you want and what you're striving for.

No matter what you do in life, you want to make it boom. It can apply to anyone. Wherever you at, you always got to grow.

Spreading my love and extending my hand is what life's all about.

I know everything I do is going to be magnified.

We're focused on ourselves and winning our games and handling our business. We'll let the chips fall in place.

I don't have no issue with any guy. I'm a football player. I'm a competitor. When we're in the field, we're going to compete and be competitive. It's not personal between none of these guys. It's all in the game.

The battle of getting better is never ending.

The NFL is the only sport where you can be on a team five years, and your contract's not guaranteed. You can go through the whole process of training camp, and then as soon as it's the season, it's a week-to-week job, and they can cut you at any moment, or you can get hurt at any moment. It's not like that in other sports.

This organization has been nothing but first class to me, believing in my talent and my skills since I got here. And I'm just here to pay them back with my work ethic.

You get caught up thinking about the future, you lose sight of the present.

I love playing with fashion.

Blue is the color of peace. Water is blue. I like the color blue because it just puts me at peace. The patriotic symbol is blue. I just like blue.

It takes a lot of hard work to be successful in the NFL.

I've never held out. I'm a first-class guy in any relationship. The first way of getting better is showing up, so I'm always going to show up and do my part and be ready to go.

It's so hard in the NFL, man. You spend the course of a long week preparing for one opportunity. And once you get that opportunity and you get in that moment, it's just an amazing feeling. It's something you should celebrate about, something you should be excited about.

People are brainwashed into believing that Italy is the seat of luxury manufacturing. If it's made in Italy, it must be good. That's just hype. Quality is where you bring it.

Money is not important to me. I've got enough. The organization has extremely blessed me. I'm here to play football, and that's what I want to be known as.

I always modeled my game after the guys from Miami. Chad Ochocinco, Santana Moss, Andre Johnson. I used to love Roscoe Parrish as a returner.

I'm passionate about the game. Anytime you work as hard and a play doesn't go the way you wanted, you get frustrated.

I started playing full-equipment football when I was 6 years old. My mom actually got me started in it.

I want to bring more manufacturing jobs to America. For starters, I want to be behind the initative to build a manufacturing facility in Atlanta.

I got a strong spirit that I rely on and go into. It allows me to prepare and drive forward.

Karma is karma. Karma is in life. You do the wrong things, you get the wrong things out of it.

If you play this game long enough, you're going to get your tail kicked at least once.

We do a lot of great things, but it's a competitive league. A lot of great guys around us do the work and help us elevate our game, and that's what makes the NFL so special. We have a lot of competitive players who are the best in the world at what they do, and they all compete against each other.

You don't throw your quarterback under the bus, the guy who makes you who you are.

When you see people taking shots who were on the same team and wearing the same jerseys, that's a sign of not having that team camaraderie.

Holdouts never go well. Just look at history. It always ends badly. It wouldn't be the best decision. I make a lot of money. I pull up to camp in Rolls-Royces.

As long as we keep winning, that's all it's about. But it's evident I do need the ball.