Sometimes I think he knows the offense better than coach [Norm] Chow.

Not only do they strike quickly, a lot of the plays they run look just like ours. I could really tell that they are a great team.

I stuck it out as long as I could. I just came to a point where it took me four seconds to drop back on a five-step drop. By that time, I'm sacked.

They put pressure on us and got to us a few times. They hit us where we are weak.

It's always been a dream of mine, but certain things won't allow me to chase that dream. It's kind of out of my hands at this point.

Given his violent history and the violence in this case in Tennessee, I would consider parole to be unlikely.

Matt (Williams the coach) said that he saw my role as coming off the bench as an impact player but obviously I see myself as more than just that.

I just tried to give somebody a chance to catch it. He almost caught it.

Sometimes I think that you have to swallow your pride a little bit and know when you are done.