I don't define myself by my successes. I define myself by adversity and how I've persevered.
I get underestimated every single day.
My dad owns his own towing business, and my dad used to tow Hulk Hogan's cars back and forth from Clearwater to different shops and stuff. And they had a relationship where when the cars would get done getting fixed, he'd pick it back up and take it back to Hulk Hogan's house.
It's nothing, really, for me to be able to say it's overwhelming or anything. It's just - you do the interviews, you interact with everybody, and you make sure that, at the end of the day, you focus on why you're here, and that's to play football and make sure I can contribute as a teammate.
Obviously, it was tough for me, coming from high school and being that guy who was always playing and then having to sit and wait my turn... Mentally, it was taxing.
I looked into the rule book, and I never seen a rule of only two-handed players can play football.