Thomas Clayton
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"Thomas Clayton" was an American lawyer and politician from Dover in Kent County, Delaware. He was a member of the Federalist Party and later the Whig Party. He served in the Delaware General Assembly, as Attorney General of Delaware, as Secretary of State of Delaware, as Chief Justice of the Delaware Supreme Court, as U.S. Representative from Delaware, and as U.S. Senator from Delaware. In 1846 he was one of two members of the United States Senate to vote against declaring war on Mexico.

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I obviously shouldn't have left the scene, but the accusation of the aggravated battery, in my opinion, was inaccurate.

After I scored that 80-yard touchdown, it really hadn't sunk in yet, and right before you know it, there was another touchdown.

He's the guy that can be mobile and he can be the pocket passer. He's aware and that's key.

Most of us weren't here and that's not our focus. Ours is to win for the 2005 team.

It was really funny because I visualized that happening, before it happened. It was just a great feeling to actually get that done out there.

I don't know if it will be an issue of splitting carries, but if that happens I'll have to deal with it. I feel like I'm a little more hungry now. It's been a while since I played. I'm a little more hungry and I'm ready to go.

I wasn't charged before it was put in the paper, so it was slightly embarrassing. I wouldn't go so far as to say I'm upset, but things happened that I probably didn't have planned for my future.

Obviously the long run couldn't have been executed without the offensive line, but you can add that to the equation.

I wasn't aware of that. It'll have to be taken care of, obviously.