People misunderstand who I truly am. Truly who I am. If I go somewhere, people just think I'm a party boy 24/7.
We're all about trying to create ideas to help get businesses to grow and listening to businesses to help them out.
Definitely inspired to keep on grinding, keep on going, keep on doing what we do every single year: Win games and put up numbers.
I'm not up in the front office or anything; I just control what I can control: playin' ball and playin' the best I can play.
I like anywhere with a beach. A beach and warm weather is all I really need. I like going to Florida - to Miami and to visit my mom in Fort Meyers.
When Coach Belichick comes up to you during a game and says something to you, that's great.
I've just got to be the best player that I can be and worry about what I've got to do to help out the team, and be the best team out there we can be, and the best player I can be out there on the field to help out the team.
I don't feel like anybody can be in top-notch football shape when you first get out there, and that's what training camp is for, and that's why it's a long process.
You always want to be on top of the playbook. You always want to be refreshed with the plays, make sure you're on the same page with everyone else.
Guys always follow me into the bathroom and ask for pictures and stuff.
Whatever plays are called, I'm just going out there and doing my job.
A movie can be plain and simple, but if there's a lot of action, I enjoy them.
I actually played hockey my whole life, all the way up until ninth grade.
I'd go at anyone. I took all of my brothers' bull. It made me who I am.
Playing football and being a tight end scoring points, it's awesome to see so many members throughout the United States join to play fantasy football, to expand the sport, to make the game more interesting while you're watching.
I never drink wine. There's only one wine I like, but I forget what it's called. It tastes like Sprite.
A good vacation for me is going to warm weather. Being able to go outside, in the sun, hit the beach, play outside sports. Being active outside. Going swimming, hanging by the pool, having a couple drinks, having a couple of your close buddies around, and just having a blast.
I like anywhere with a beach. A beach and warm weather is all I really need.
I've got to keep on working, keep on grinding, and keep on going out there to get better.
You've just got to have to put the work in. Put work first. Put the hours in and the time in, and do your job. And when you get a little time off, you can go out and have a little fun. But you have to make sure you get done what you need to get done first off.
I've watched 'Family Guy,' growing up and throughout my whole life.
I was running super slow. Chris thought I was done. Then one day at the end of February, I woke up and my body felt good. I was just so happy. I was faster than my brother again. I got all my moves back. I told him, 'Brother, I'm back, and now you're done!'
In the off season, you work out for two hours a day, and then you got all this other time off. I like doing other stuff. Football obviously isn't going to last a lifetime either, so it's always cool to get in front of a camera, do commercials, and do endorsements for products that you love.
I work hard to get the body right, and then I kind of just go off the map when on vacation.
Our dad introduced us to all of it - to the weights, to eating healthy, all that good stuff. He introduced it, got on us every once in a while, and left it up to us if we wanted to do it. And seeing my older brothers do it right in front of me, I wanted to do it because I looked up to them.
Am I ever going to be able to play football again? What's going on with my career? I was just thinking things like that. You've got tears going down your eyes. You've got your trainers right there and my parents right there. I was just thinking, "Is this it?" I didn't know what a knee injury was. I'd never felt pain like that.
My screen name in fourth grade on AIM was 'chickmagnet4life,' so it started in fourth grade... and that's '4 life.'
I feel like, at any given time, if I'm not playing my best football, if I'm not taking coaching points, if I'm not doing things right out there on the field, I feel I can be covered by anyone.
I've seen a lot of athletic juggernauts throughout high school, college, even the NFL who can't play the game.
No matter who's at quarterback, you've got to be prepared and be ready to help out the team.
I was always blessed growing up with opportunities and access to facilities, equipment, and playing with my brothers in the backyard to be the best athlete I could be.
Wherever I go - like, I go to elementary schools, I go to middle schools - wherever it is, if it's in Florida, if it's up in New England, I just feel like wherever I am, the kids always go crazy whenever they see me.
You have no confidence when you come out of surgery because you can't really do anything. You're like, 'Man, am I ever going to heal?'
In order to stay healthy, recover quickly, and continue building strength and agility, I've combined different types of low-impact sports circuit exercises to maximize and expand my abilities.
You gotta take care of you body, get the right treatment, eat right so you're ready to go the next day.
No, my dance moves are always working no matter where I am. Whether at the house or if I'm out, at the facility working out, practicing, you gotta get the dance moves right. They help out with your footwork.
Fans think that we're, like, football 24/7. We're all about life after football, too.
You always want to be working, doing reps, but there is also a time you need the mental reps.
My pet peeves are people touching me a lot. Random dudes grabbing me and slapping me across the back. They're not doing it on purpose, but it's like they forget I'm a person. But you can't do anything about it. What are you going to do?
Whatever's asked of me, I'm just going to go out there and perform my routes and how I've been coached all week, perform in the running game, pass blocking, run blocking, whatever it is.