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Q & A with Brad & Comments from the Fans (updated
October 14th, 2008)
Brad………..i wish you all the luck in the world. (taking over for romo)
A Minnesota viking fan……….i miss watching you playing quarterback.
I have to imagine your (Brad Johnson) last year in MN wasn't your favorite, and as a Vikings fan from young childhood, the fact that you were boo'd off the field sickens me. Since I have a desire to maintain a kinship with my fellow Vikings fans and the awareness that you're the best QB the Vikings have seen since Fran, I see the boo's as a sign of the fans' displeasure with the lack of offensive production and not pointed at you. I suppose i should ask a question...Do you still have love for MN?
Dan, thanks for the note. Of course I still have love for Minnesota! It's where I got my start and had great success. I was thrilled to be able to play there a second time. Minnesota and the Vikings will always be special to me.
We are in need of a strong 4th basketball player who can "Play with Passion" for our team playing in the newly created 4 on 4 Black Mountain Mens Basketball league. We are trying to round out the team that will be playing at the Primary School on Monday nights, and am not sure where to turn. The other teams are stocking up with ringers, and we really could use one more solid player with an inside/outside game who can grab rebounds and hit a tough shot with the game on the line. If you don't think you can make it, I would like to request your permission to hold on honorary spot on our roster? This would at least keep the other teams off balance thinking that they will have to accomodate for the Florida State basketball standout turned full time quarterback.
BTW, I am a fellow Owen High School graduate and just moved back to the Black Mountain area after many years away. You were in my PE class your senior year in high school. I remember you jumping rope the entire 6th period on many days (I don't remember you missing a skip). Yes, I also remember you singing at the end of the school day on the intercom. For a singer, you sure were a good football player! I definately remember the best hit of your career that YOU delivered on the a punt returner where you saved a touchdown...to this day, one of the best hits I have ever seen. I was a freshman at the time, and I would come down and congratulate you after Owen games at the fence. Some in my family thought you should've chosen basketball as sport. I saw most of those games too. If I remember correctly, at the Blue/White game at the civic center you scored 10 unselfish points. Most importantly, you were always compassionate and uplifting to the folks around you, including me. I have pulled for you throughout your career and proud that you are from my hometown area. By the way, I heard that John Lynch and you had a debate on who has the best hometown. As far as I am concerned, it is no contest.
Back to the issue at hand. We do need you for the team. If not, I am having trouble locating folks from our era who can still play and help us win . If you have any recommendations please let me know. We have 4 weeks to add roster spots. It would be fantastic if you could participate.
P.S. Please tell your mom my sister Bonita says hello.
David, I am excited to be on the team. I'm not sure if I was unselfish at the Blue/White game or if my teammates just froze me out! I wrote a school paper about "BEEF", Bend-Elbow-Extend-Follow Thru, so you know I love basketball. I can hit a clutch shot but my goal is to blow the other team out so it does not come to that. Let me know how "our" team is doing later this year, thanks!
Brad, what was your first season with the Cowboys like? As a longtime fan who loves watching you play because you are accurate and complete a lot of your passes, it was a little tough this season knowing you wouldn't be quarterbacking much because of the success Tony Romo had. You were awesome holding on extra points and field goals though and when you got some playing time in the season finale in Washington, you did a nice job on a miserable looking day against a red-hot team. I often told my brother if the Vikings still had you at quarterback with the solid ground game and defense, we just might have gotten into the playoffs. I wish you all the best and hope you keep playing for a few more seasons. I have really enjoyed following your career.
Thanks Paul for all the kind words. Being with the Cowboys was great. It's obviously a very storied franchise and I really enjoyed working with the coaching staff and Tony.
Brad, It was a real pleasure running into you and your
family at the theater recently. Thank you for taking the time
out to meet us. My son (Brad Johnson) hasn't stopped talking
about it since. You really made a great impression on him. Thank
You. You're a classy guy. We wish you and your family the best.
S. My son is still hopeful that the Cowboys will make your Jersey
available to the public. He'll be first in line.
luck to you and God Bless,
Brad, As a British supporter of the Dallas Cowboys, I'm delighted
that you've signed for my team I've been a big fan of yours
ever since you came over and led the London Monarchs to success
in the first World Bowl. I was impressed at the standard of
your play and professionalism for the Monarchs and delighted
for you when that continued into the NFL.
few questions did you enjoy the World League experience and
playing for the Monarchs? What did you think of the fans and
how the league was set up and then disbanded, and do you think
the NFL's attempt to play a regular season game in the UK is
10 years too late?
one final question how did you actually come to catch your
own touchdown pass? I've never seen the play how did it happen?
Scott, wow, glad to
hear I have some fans in London. I certainly did enjoy
the London experience, it was a great way to see the world and
get some very important game experience. I think it's
great the NFL is getting back there this fall. As for
the TD pass to myself, it was a batted ball and I was thinking
more about preventing the INT than catching a TD, it worked
out all right though.
Q: Hi Brad,
I was saddened that you will no longer be a Minnesota Viking;
as I see that many people Minnesota have written the same sentiments.
I do want to congratulate you on your choice to go to the Cowboys.
You will be a great asset to the team with your talent and leadership
qualities. My father (Leonard) has been a devoted fan of yours
since you were a 3 string QB in Minnesota. He has followed you
through your career as a Redskin, Buccaneer, Viking, and will
now probably be a Cowboy Fan. I had hoped to get your autograph
to add along with Joey Browner, Jim Marshal, Ben Leiber - They
signed at a Viking Fan day in Rochester, MN. last Summer.
(This was a gift for his 85th Birthday on July 3, 2006.) I will
always be a great admirer of you as well no matter where you
because I am impressed with the role model qualities that you
posse , and your genuine personality.
is: When you feel that you are ready to quite playing the game
will you pursue a coaching position for football?
I also want to send greetings from a friend I work
with in DD Waiver Service-
who plays for the Rochester Giants team-LeMar.
You and your family!
A: Karen, thanks for
the kind words. I want to coach when I'm done, but most
likely for basketball. If I do coach, it will probably be
at the high school level or younger so I do not have to be away
from my family too much.
Hey Brad, congratulations
on being a Cowboy I want you to lead the Cowboys to the Super Bowl
for the 6th time. I been a Cowboy fan since I was little so please
I want to see Dallas with that trophy in their hands good luck
and god bless you and the Cowboys.
- Renee Walton
Brad, I have
followed your career closely since I learned that you were born
and raised in Black Mountain. I'm from Taylorsville, just down
I-40 in the foothills. I've eaten at Wendy's in Black Mountain
and have looked your jersey displayed there quite a few times.
I'm always impressed when a local boy makes it to the big time.
I have been a Cowboy fan for 40 years and was delighted when you
signed with them. Best of luck to you and the team this season,
- John Wilson
Q: Hey Brad,
I am 13 years old and I really want to play in the NFL some day,
what would you say to that? When you were 13 did you think you
would be playing in the NFL for 12 years?
A: Grant, actually at your age, I thought I would be in the NBA,
but I'm glad football worked out. Best of luck to you.
Brad, First, let me say congratulations on your signing
with the Dallas Cowboys. I had high hopes, as I'm sure many Tampa
fans, that there was the possibility that you were coming back to
Tampa. Unfortunately this did not come true. Fans will always be
able to wear a #14 jersey in Tampa even if you play for another
team. You may have grown up in North Carolina, gone to college in
Talahassee and played for the cowboys/minnosota, but you'll always
be a BUCCANEER. Thanks for the Super Bowl memories. I hope you have
great success in Dallas, with or without T.O.
Hey Brad, I'm glad to see you in a Dallas uniform. I
have always been a Dallas fan, and a Brad Johnson fan. I'm
glad to see both of you together now. I went to a Dallas game
last year and I hope to see you soon at Dallas. Congratulations
and good luck. Tim Harris
A: Thanks Tim,
I'll keep an eye for you at Texas Stadium this season.
you were the only reason I had any interest in the Vikings at all.
I love to watch you play. I`ll be 60 years old this summer so I`ve
followed you since you were the third string QB for the Vikes. After
you left I followed you to Washington and then Tampa. You proved
to everyone that you are one of the best QBs of all time. You got
a raw deal here in Minnesota. I think the biggest problem was that
you knew more then the head coach. The man is a control freak. I
hate to see you go but its better for you to get to go to a real
team with real coaches. As of now, the Dallas Cowboys are my favorite
team. I loved it when you showed everyone up and won the Super Bowl
at Tampa. Good luck Brad, you will be missed here in Minnesota.
Thanks Ron, I'm going to miss Minnesota too but it's good to hear
you'll be supporting the Cowboys.
Hey Brad!! Welcome to Texas!!!! It's the best place in the world!
I am a huge fan of yours & think your a great quaterback!!!
I am also a HUGE Cowboys fan & I am so excited that you're going
to be on the team. I think that the team is really lucky to
get you and think that you need to be our starting guy! Good
Luck & I wish you nothing but the best!! You're going to have
a great time here in Texas!!! It is the only place that will back
you up no matter what happens, once you are here you won't believe
the love of football that Texans have!
Morris, Austin, TX
Krista I've always heard how great Cowboy fans were, but now I'm
starting to see it firsthand. I'm excited to be a Cowboy.
Morning, Mr. Johnson. Our family has avidly cheered for the Vikings
since the heady days of the Purple People Eaters. We've watched
your career with admiration and it was with no small amount of disappoint
to learn of your separation with them. You were a wonderful leader
for the team and we'll miss you in our community. We hope you are
received well in Dallas and that the Cowboy organization treats
you with the respect you deserve.
wishes to you and your family,
A: Pamela, thanks
for the kind words fans like you are why I'll always have great
memories of my time with the Vikings.
have to say as a life long Dallas fan in the DC area it was pretty
sweet watching you get on the bus after beating the Skins last year
wearing your old skins jersey. Keep that sense of gotcha alive
Brad, Welcome to the Cowboys! I hope you can share your wealth of
experience with Tony Romo. If he ends up having a consistent career
like you have had, all of us Cowboy fans will be very happy.
A: Thanks Steve - I'm
quickly learning there are Cowboy fans everywhere. It's
great to be a part of America's Team.
Q: I have been
a cowboy fan i am glad you signed with Dallas i have a question
have you ever been the holder for the kicker? hope you have a
wonderful season helping the team and tony romo with your leadership
qualities and your experience.do your kids play any sports?
YOU AND JESUS LOVES YOU BRAD AND YOUR FAMILY.
your friend roy
brown from snyder texas
I did hold in Minnesota as recently as 2005. As for my boys,
they're both pretty young but they're starting to throw the ball
Hi Brad, I've been a Cowboys fan all my life. As soon as I found
out you were going to be available, I rooted for you in Dallas.
I've always admired the way you handle yourself on the field; poise,
class, and sportsmanship. I was thrilled when I heard of your deal
in Dallas. I like the thought of having your leadership and experience
in our locker room. Romo is a lucky guy to have you as his backup.
I know you'll do a great job.
Casey - I'm really excited to be a part of "America's Team".
Brad, You have always been a class act. I feel you have
gotten a raw deal everywhere you have ended up but never complained.
You are they type of professional athlete
I as a father can point to for his sons to emulate. There
are far too few athletes today with your high level of character.
, Wis A Viking fan in Packer country.
Scott - all the best to you and your boys.
Dear Brad, You will be very much missed by the Minnesota Vikings
fans! Your departure is Minnesota's great loss. We were so fortunate
to have you back on our team for the past couple of seasons and
would have loved to see you complete your career here, among the
many fans who appreciate you. My family and I greatly enjoyed
having the opportunity to watch the team prepare at the last training
camp in Mankato and my children were thrilled to see you at practice.
Our sons (ages 7 and 11) always draft you as their top quarterback
on their "Madden 06" game---you are truly a quality role
model for them.
We sincerely wish you and your family
the best of luck in your future.
thanks for those kind words. Hopefully I can still lead your
sons' teams to a few Madden victories.
Brad, Thanks for the talent and class you demonstrated as a Minnesota
Viking. We haven't had enough of either around here for quite some
time. Best wishes in whatever the future holds for you and your
family. Steve Pilger Northfield, MN
Steve, fans like you are why I always loved being a Viking.
Hey Brad, First of all I want to say I loved watching you win a
super bowl for the Bucs and I loved it when you went to Minnesota
and gave them new life.
Since you have become available on the free agent market, has Tampa
contacted you and would you be interested?
I would love to see you come back here and show some of your wisdom
and experience to Simms and Gradkowski. You are a great leader and
very careful with the football and lord knows we could use some
Jerry and Michelle
Port Richey Florida
& Michelle, glad you enjoyed the Super Bowl, I know I did!
I don't know where I will end up next, but it's good to know I have
great fan like you guys in Tampa.
Brad, I thank God for you! You are a godly man of great class,
stamina, and character! It was a difficult day for you and
for me to hear the stadium disappointed. Know that you really
have come through for us last year and this year. Your career
as a quarterback is stellar! You calling as a husband, father,
and Christian leave a deep and long legacy in which Jesus will say,
"Well done, good and faithful servant!" My question
to you is when you discern it is time to leave the playing field
professionally, what do you think God may be enfolding and calling
you to do next? I'm curious. Peace, encouragement, and
kudos in Christ, Pastor Tom Pietz
Pastor Tom, I'm not sure about my future, but it's always good to
hear from people like you.
Brad, you are a great talent...it's unfortunate the way things played
out last week.
You deserve better than that. Take Care...and I pray you and
your family have a Merry Christmas!
A: Thanks Eric. Hope
you and your family had a great Christmas. Happy New Year.
am a soldier who just came home from Iraq, I got the pleasure to
go to the Vikings game this past Sunday, December 17th Vs. The Jets.
I was appalled by the fans who booed you! I was actually quite upset
with it. I know that you are like me and give 100% every time and
always will as long as you wear the uniform. My question for you
is now that Coach has decided to start Jackson, Will you be there
to help him out? And would you consider being back in Minnesota
next year to help mold Jackson into a fine young Quarterback. I
just wanted to say Thanks for all your hard work, and please keep
setting an great example for the youth of America.
A: Steven, thank you
so much your kind words but thank you even more for what you and
your fellow soldiers do for our country. You are the nation's true
heroes. Tarvaris is a really talented QB and I want to help him
any way I can.
From Laura in Tampa:
Q: Hello Mr.
I just want to say that a lot of people
in Tampa miss you, I think you are a great example of what
hard work and discipline can accomplish. I think that it
is great that coach Childress has the confidence in starting you
this year, Your are a hard worker, you keep a cool head
and an example off the field. Sometime I think that the
average fan does not understand or appreciate the importance of
the offensive line, after all, a quarterback cannot move the ball
when they are running for their life or are flat on their back.
I know when you were in Tampa, and our offensive line was doing
their job, you gave them credit, (and plasma TV's if I remember
correctly). Anyway I have always felt that the reason for
your success is due to your work ethic, your values and
study of the game.
After you retire as a quarterback, have
you given any thought on becoming a coach? You have
a lot to share and I think you would be great!
Thank you for
listening, and keep up the good work!
A: Laura, always good
to hear from a Tampa fan, Super Bowl XXXVII will always be one
of my favorite moments. Thank you for all of your kind words.
As for my post playing days, who knows, I'm just trying to win
the next game but I do appreciate having great fans like you.
Debbie in Virgina:
Hi Brad. I don't really have a question. I just wanted to welcome
you back to Minnesota.
live in Virginia. When you left the Vikes to go to Washington, I
went to the game in Washington.
was born in Minnesota, and I am a die hard Vikings fan. I am so
glad to see you back in Minnesota. You made a great career for yourself.
I had a question for you, it would be, can you take the Vikes to
the Super Bowl?
you do, I will follow. I did not and will not leave the Vikings.
But I really loved seeing you come back. I know if there is anyone
out there that can take the Vikes to the BIG GAME it is you.
confidence in yourself, as I know you can do it. PASS THAT BALL!!!!!!
are the only 1 to catch your own pass for a touch down!!!! You are
it Brad!!!! You have great players around you. Use them for another
ring. You deserve it and so does Minnesota.
know that I will always pray for you.
Debbie, thanks for the prayers...those are always helpful.
Thanks also for coming out to a Redskins game. The nice thing
about playing for three different teams is being able to meet fans
from all over the country. I think we do have a shot this
year to go to the Super Bowl, especially with fans like you!
longtime Vikings fan Jim:
You are a QB stud and carry yourself with a lot of class. I surely
hope you get a raise before the Vikes front office loses you. You
shoulda never been traded from the Vikes in the first place. In
my opinion you are the best QB we've had since Joe Kapp. That includes
Fran and Daunte, don't even mention the others.
a retired military vet, so I know what it's like to be unappreciated
by the masses. Now I'll be a selfish fan; I certainly hope
you stay with the team. I just hope management recognizes your value.
Jim, thanks the kind words, those were some pretty big compliments.
And thank you for serving our country, you're right our vets don't
get the appreciation they deserve.
First off I wanted to wish you a Happy 38th Birthday and congratulate
you on winning a very exciting game Monday! I am curious if anyone
on the team told you that their early birthday present to you would
be a win against the Redskins on Monday Night Football.
I was wondering how close you think you are to being considered
a Hall of Fame Quarterback, and if you think there is something
else you feel like you need to accomplish to be considered one of
the best QBs to ever play the game.
I also wanted to know how satisfying for you was that win last night
because of the way that no one wanted you as a starter after your
stay in Tampa ended, saying you were too old and washed up, and
how the Redskins gave up on you after two seasons.
I wanted to let you know too that I really enjoy watching you play,
particularly your fiery post touchdown celebrations. Thank you for
taking the time to answer my questions and I look forward to watching
you QB the Vikings to many more wins in the future!
Cody, thanks for remembering my birthday, that means a lot.
Yep, a few of the guys did mention the early birthday present, when
you turn 38 in an NFL locker room, the guys are definitely going
to remind you! I don't worry about the Hall of Fame, that's
up the writers - I just keep trying to win us games and all that
stuff takes care if itself. That Redskin win was very satisfying,
but mostly because it was the season opener and on the road.
Any time you can win on the road in this league, you take it.
From Jan & Donna
Potter - Tangerine, FL...
Did I just see you throw a football through a basketball hoop from
the opposite end of the court and not only make it but get "nothing
but net?" We are so happy and excited for you as I'm sure
Coach Bowden and many Seminoles are! You spoke at a booster
meeting (FSU) a few years ago at The Mission Inn in Howey in the
Hills. It is SO exciting to watch you on Sundays!!!
I also recently saw an interview you did and you came across so
GREAT! I could tell that the guys doing the interview were
very impressed... keep up the good work!!!
Jan & Donna, thanks a lot. I did actually make that shot...I
knew sooner or later my basketball & football skills would meet
up. Go 'Noles!
From Viking Fan Tim Louters...
off, I just want to thank you for saving the Vikings season this
year with your uncanny ability to win games and never make mistakes
and lord willing you'll keep the starting job for next year.
I just wanted to know how it felt to spark this turnaround by
yourself because we all know it was you. Also wondering
how you choose the facemask that you did and why it's pretty much
the sweetest one I've ever seen.
Hey Tim, thanks for the kind words, but it certainly wasn't all
me. The O-Line, running backs and receiving corps all stepped
up and played really well and of course our defense was really
tough too. As for the facemask, I'm pretty particular about
my equipment, when I found one I liked, I stuck with it.
a fan Down Under...
Did you know that they're is an Australian Rules footballer
playing professionally in Australia with the same name as yours?
He plays for the Western Bulldogs and has won the clubs Best
and Fairest award as well as making the All Australian team
multiple times (a representative team of the best players in
the league for the season). He has played 250 games (quite
rare) and looks like he will become a 300+ gamer which only
40 odd others have done in over 110 years of football. - Michael
George - Melbourne, Australia
Thanks for the heads up Michael. I didn't know that.
He sounds like one heck of a player - glad to hear he's doing
good work for the Brad Johnson name. Aussie Rules Football
is a great sport but maybe too a bit too violent for me.
From Britton Holley
- Age: 14
there!!! Well I think that I have a few questions, I wrote before,
ok for starters:
How come you picked Florida State (the best college in the world)
rather than Wake Forest since you had lived there any ways?
FSU wanted me, and I really wanted to play for Coach Bowden
Do you see good things for the Bucs this year?
I am excited about the season. We have some young players
that need to step up, and I know they will.
I watched the preseason game how do you like Michael Vick?
I don't know him much personally, but Mike is a very athletic player
and Atlanta will rely on him a lot this year.
When were you first interested in football?
: I've always been interested in football, but I loved basketball growing
up. It took a while before football became my favorite sport.
If you could go back to basketball would you?
A basketball career would have been great, but football has turned
out great for me.
What inspired you to write your book?
I have wanted to write a book, and this one can be read to my two
sons, which is great! I hope you have your copy!
Would you have changed anything in your career that you think you
did wrong and do it over again ?
I would not change anything related to my career. There have
been some ups and downs, but being able to win the Super Bowl, play
in 2 Pro Bowls, and to meet some great people along the way has
been a blessing. No regrets... Thanks for writing...
5 different fans
Brad, I recently bought a copy of your new children's book Play
with Passion. I love the book and so do my kids, but
what do your kids think of it? - PJ
Glad you liked the book, PJ. My two
boys like it, too. They are too young to read yet but my wife and
I have read it to them.
Which teammates do you get along with best? - Billy M.
All of them, but especially the ones who make the tough
catches on a bad throw!
when you go up against a great QB like Brett Favre, how
do you see him? How do you prepare yourself to compete against
somewhat like Brett Favre? - David
Well David, Brett is
a great quarterback and a great friend. But I compete against him
the same as everyone else. The goal is to lead your team to the
win, regardless of who is on the other sideline.
What do you do to get ready for training camp? - Jeff
Great questions Jeff! Well, I work out all year.
But right before training camp, I am actually relaxing and enjoying
time with my family and friends.
Where is the Bucs training camp? - Ricky
At Disney! You can visit us and Mickey at the same time
are one of my most favorite Buccaneers. I am not asking you for
an appearance or anything but just an interview. PLEASE IT'S FOR
A GRADE. I am making a Buccaneers magazine and thought of you first!
I have to interview a pro on the topic and I know you are and you
are a PRO BOWLER!!!! If it isn't too much please read these following
questions and please get back to me. Thank you Brad.
Q: What was the climax of your football career?
the Super Bowl, and being able to share the feeling with my wife
Q: How did you feel when you were signed to Tampa Bay?
A: I was excited to
come back to Florida, where I played in college for Florida State
Q: Besides football what other sport do you like?
A: Basketball was my
favorite sport growing up, and I like to compete in tennis, pool,
Q: How was your experience at the 2002 Pro Bowl in Hawaii?
A: Hawaii is beautiful.
I enjoyed the experience and hope to get back again.
Q: How did it feel to defeat the Eagles in Philadelphia to win Tampa
their first NFC
A: It felt great.
It was the Bucs first road win ever in the Playoffs and people could
not say that
we could not win in the cold
Q: How did it feel to beat Oakland for the Super Bowl title?
A: It was the best
feeling. I've always watched someone else win it. I even
slept in my jersey that
Q: How did you like playing for the Florida State Seminoles?
A: FSU was a great
experience. I still have good friends that I met there.
Q: Who is you favorite former football player and why?
A: There are so many,
I really could not pick just one. But your best teammates are guys
can trust, play with
a passion, and put the team first.
Q: Where do you see yourself in 3 years from now?
A: Hopefully, still
playing football. I'll either be throwing to Bucs wide receivers
or to my two
Q: How does Coach Gruden get you excited for the upcoming play?
A: Coach Gruden coaches
with energy and passion, you can't help but get excited because
When the time comes (several years down the road, of course, or
in football language, several yards down the field) for retirement
from "playing" football, do you think you would be interested
in coaching at any level, and, if so, would you want to coach football
I'm a big fan of yours and love to watch you play football, but
I also admire the fact that you are such a really good person.
I'm thrilled that you are playing for Tampa Bay, closer to your
"adopted" home of Tallahassee. Here's hoping a "repeat"
for the Buccaneers and Brad Johnson!
question. I will be interested in coaching, probably at the
high school level or younger. Coaching basketball would be
great. I would also have an interest in helping young quarterbacks
to develop. Thanks for the kind words, I guess they taught
me well at FSU!
- Brad Johnson
OK, all I want to know is: What is Pop-A-Shot?
Pop-a-shot is only one of the greatest games ever invented.
It's a mini-basketball game where you try to make as many shots
as you can in 30 seconds. You can usually find them at arcades
or some sports bars. PS- Thanks for making a great phone,
my Verizon cell phone is irreplaceable!
Brad Johnson Off Season Q & A
- Q: What was your best experience in the off-season related to
the Super Bowl?
A: Being honored in a parade in Black Mountain, North Carolina
where I grew up. They named the football field after me.
- Q: What was your best experience this off-season not related
to the Super Bowl?
A: The best overall experience was the birth of my second
son, Jake, on April 1. Nothing compares to that.
- Q: What was it like to win the NFL QB Challenge?
A: I pulled a Larry Bird, I walked in and said, “you
all are playing for second place”. Thankfully, it worked
out that way. It’s a fun time with a great group of guys.
- Q: Is it true that you claim to hold 8 city records in Pop a
A: Yes. There’s a guy named CC from Orlando who held
Pop a Shot records in Guiness, I couldn’t beat him. But
I’m pretty tough to beat.
- Q: What are you looking forward to this season?
A: Football is what I love to do. I miss it and look forward
to getting back into it. We hope to do as well as we did last
year. We’ll see what happens.