I had something on my my mind and wanted to share; A lot of people that know my story always ask me if I could go back and change something in my life what would it be?!. And typically the first thing that comes to mind is to go back and try and save the 2 women that meant more to me than life itself, My Grandmother and My Mother. Thinking since they died in 85 and 87 respectively, maybe I could save both if I went back to 84. Maybe I wouldn't have had to bounce around from f
I'm sitting at the Boston Logan airport with my Son nervously waiting on my flight back to Dallas and wanted to tell you that my trip back to New England was fantastic. Got to see some people I hadn't seen in years and also met a lot of people that said, " I remember you when I was a kid" or "I remember that catch you made in the fog". Some made me feel old and some made me feel welcomed but regardless of what was said, I truly felt at peace and overwhelmed. Happy isn't the w
Today is GameDay and I'm on my way to Gillette Stadium for the big PATS and STEELERS game should be a good one. And guess what folks? Mr. Kraft is meeting me in his office at the stadium before the game and I'm super stoked. I feel like a kid in a candy store. GOD has shown me his presence right before my very eyes and I'm so thankful and grateful. I had the pleasure of meeting and speaking with some awesome Kids at the More Than Words www.mtwyouth.org nonprofit organization
My Son and I made it to New England safe and sound. Lord knows I hate to fly. True story; Back in my days at Ohio State I use to ride to the away games in a mini van with Georgia Hauser, yeah that Mrs. Hauser (Brookhaven stand up lol), while the team flew. Sometimes I didn't get to the hotel until 1 or 2 in the morning and still managed to get up and catch that rock. I tried that in the PRO's and Coach Bill Parcells fined me 50k. Lets just say I flew from then on out. When it
I want to share with you my thoughts on going back to New England. For those that may not know, I got drafted 7th pick overall by the New England Patriots in 1996 after basically playing 1 year at Ohio State. I had mentioned in a previous post about being a foster kid and bounced around from home to home. Being told "you are no longer wanted here" is something a child can never get use to hearing. Seeing my bags packed at the door in garbage bags is a sight I'll never forget.
Just like bouncing around from home to home as a Foster Kid, I bounced around the NFL a few times from team to team. The one thing that remained the same was OUR LORD AND SAVIOR looking over me the whole time! Its almost about that time and I have to say I really enjoyed my time in Green Bay. Great fans, great coaches, and great teammates! But there ins't any FANS like THE DALLAS COWBOY FANS! GO COWBOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOYS!
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