When I put my helmet on, I'm ultra competitive, talking trash.
There won't be a day when I stop working to be a better version of myself, so I'm going to keep working and I will get better.
My only focus was to be the best version of myself.
I love Raider Nation. There's nothing like it.
I broke my back, I broke my ankle. I didn't cry then.
We have a goal of winning the Super Bowl and that's just where our focus is. It's like a laser focus.
For me, if I didn't have my faith, the game gives you a lot of highs and a lot of lows.
It's the same mindset I had in college. As long as I come in and work every day, it worked in college and I'm just going to continue to grind my tail off here in the NFL.
I still think having an older brother in the NFL is the coolest thing ever. But to see how it went down is sad.
If we win every game, that's all I care about.
I think just that dog inside of you. When things suck, just to still fight.
I've rolled and torn ligaments in my ankle.
When things are tough in training camp; when things are tough in season; when it's good, you don't want guys hitting too high or too low or depressed. It's just draining for everybody.
Let's go fix problems that I have and let's do what I need to do to win championships.
I'm a Raider for life.
Too many times I see kids come up to me, especially at the high school age, and say, 'Man, it would be cool to play in the NFL just because of the money.' And I'm like, 'Oh my goodness, you are missing everything, because money is not going to make you happy.'
I don't really like the business side of football, but I just like adding good players to our football team.
Raider Nation is everywhere, literally.
Being in a boot is not fun. Being on crutches is not fun.
Obviously it's hard to lose a coach; that's not fun for anybody because you care about him and you have a relationship with him. But as players, we just have to keep moving on.