It's not a public matter when you discipline your family.

My mom, she's the strict one. If we did something bad, we'd get a whippin' but nothing too bad.

You know what's funny? There's times when you catch a ball and really didn't even see that ball. You're like, 'That couldn't have been all me.'

I know where my body's at, know how it feels, you know.

God gave me the ability, so why not? Go out there and play for Him. Maximize the talent He gave you.

Each year, you've got to talk about it more and more, you've got to have programs. You're doing these camps, you've got to talk about concussion awareness.

I had fun while I did it, and I left it all out there on the field. I'm tapped out.

I'm going to discipline my kids, and can't no one tell me how to discipline my kids.

Any time you're dealing with an ankle, you've got to run, you've got to cut, you've got to do all those things. It makes it tough.

Not many of my friends I had from college are playing in this league. Everybody knows it's a privilege, so you definitely don't knock it because you never know where you may end up.

Retired life's good, man.

My dad's funny. He's laid back and a cool guy.

I don't feel like sitting around doing nothing would benefit me.

I'm not coming back to play.

When I first came into the league, my first three, four years, I had a teammate from college win a Super Bowl.

I had great stats in my career, you know, but really, you want to win.

Sometimes you usually know the point where to keep your mouth shut.

You have to be physical. If you are not, defensive backs will try to pick on you.

Just try to add more things to my game each year.

As NFL players, we have such a platform to spread the Word of God. And that is an area I don't mind speaking out on at all. As far as talking about my football skills, however, I will let my abilities and actions speak for themselves.

I'm on 'Dancing with the Stars' because I want to prove my sister wrong. My sister literally told the world that I could not dance, so I have to redeem myself.

For me, to just have my own shoe is unbelievable. As a kid, you see Jordans and wonder what that feels like to have your own shoe, and the fact that I have one is really surreal.

It's easy to show off if you are making plays all the time. But it's not me.

I was a baseball guy. Mom wouldn't let me play football when I was little because she was scared I'd get hurt. So, I finally convinced her to let me play in 7th grade.

I got a finger that's literally bone-on-bone. This bad boy, it gets smaller. The more and more I do, it grinds bone-on-bone.

I don't want to dog the NFL.

I gotta go through, like, a little routine when I wake up in the morning to get everything functioning and ready to go. But, the only thing is everything just goes back to gridlock so fast once I sit down, 'cause you know you go to work again.

It's a part of football, you get concussed, you gotta keep on playing. You can't get afraid to go across the middle any more than you were at the beginning.

During the season, I dodge the media, kind of. It's not that I'm trying to avoid them, but I know if they get a hold of me, there's going to be, like, 10 people around me, and I'm going to have to answer question after question, where in that time, after practice, I need to be taking care of my body and recovering.

I feel fine as long I'm not running around.

It was cool to meet Cris Carter. That dude has some of the best hands to have played the game.

My son makes me want to be better so that I can be there for him.

That's what everybody calls me, 'Cheat Code,' because they just throw the ball up to me.

All of us growing up, if you're a professional player or a college player, you're molding your game after guys. You see guys, you see things guys do. Like Randy Moss, I'm a Randy Moss guy.

The team needs me out there on the field. And sometimes you allow that to jeopardize yourself, but that's just the nature of the world.

I've been a Madden guy since I was little.

Trying to be smarter, work smarter, and just take care of my body more and more.

You never know what can happen in football. It's football.

Be real with yourself in whatever area of your life and your game that you need improvement on. Once you figure that out, you just have to go out and work on it. For me, it's footwork. I constantly work on it, and it's a never-ending process.

I've got a lot of miles on my legs.

I like to dress up every now and then.

I had some nerve damage that was kind of messing up my grip a little.

I think if anybody had the opportunity to stay in one place and play ball, they would.

I've watched Urkel since I was a little kid.

Even if the coverage is leaning toward you or whatever it may be, there's ways to beat it.

It's simple to get a concussion, you know. I don't know how many I've had over my career, you know, but I've definitely had my fair share.

It's cool because football, as much as it gives, it takes away a lot, too.

I'm just going out there and doing exactly what I'm coached and doing exactly what I'm supposed to do and just trying to help this team win.

The thing I don't miss is waking up in the morning, hurting, the grind of the game.