I grew up in a town with a great wrestling tradition. Then I was a team sport queen in high school; I played softball, volleyball, and soccer. Oh, and I also did ski racing.
I think it's huge, especially in team sports, for players to be able to rely on each other and to really trust in each other.
This is the ultimate team sport, and I really feel that the quarterback position is the epitome of that.
There are no excuses in fighting. You can be playing a team sport and have a good game, and you can lose. In fighting, it's all on me. If I go out there and lose, then it's my fault. I like that.
We've got a great team sport, but we harp on about individuals. It's a bit contradictory.
It's very easy to quantify performances and personal accolades, but ultimately, I'm in a team sport, and it's about winning.
I always think this is a team sport.
I can't predict the future of football. I don't think it'll go the way of boxing because it's a team sport. It's built into our education systems, the flagship for a lot of universities' fundraising campaigns. So no, I don't think it'll go away.
I think team sports probably teach you more about giving - about being unselfish and being flexible.
I've learned so much whether it was, I played a lot of team sports, so being part of a team, learning how to be a leader on different teams, and how to deal with the ebb and flow of different games.