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With the inexperience I do have, I feel so fortunate to be around Wade Phillips.
If we’re going to ask our players to be coachable, we’ve got to be coachable as coaches as well. That displays an ownership and an accountability that we try to all have and makes the players more receptive to the messages we try to implement.
I’ve been around great veteran coaches, and they want to help you grow as a coach if you’re willing to learn.
When you look at what we want our individual player to represent from that makeup, if you will, we’re looking for mentally and physically tough players who are smart and want to compete. And when you say smart, you’re talking about situational awareness. Guys that are instinctual. That are smart football players.
Marist is a special place.
The only thing I can control is working as hard as I possibly can to do a good job and make people right on the opportunities that they’ve given me.
There is a mutual respect that exists between coaches and players, and ultimately, it’s about us trying to help them reach their highest potential.
What you realize is when you have an environment and an atmosphere like we had at Marist, where guys cared about each other, the coaches were great teachers and communicators, whether it’s high school, college or pro, I think coaching is coaching.
It’s funny, if you’ve ever met my grandfather, he’s probably one of the most even-keeled men you’ll ever meet.
I probably don’t have any room in my mind for anything but football. My dad tells me I’m a total vegetable outside of just knowing football.
One of the things that are consistent amongst all great leaders is they’re a great teammate that is invested in the guys around them to raise the level of play. You do that by believing in guys and caring about them.
What I do have is an appreciation for the fact that I’ve been very blessed and fortunate with timing, in getting opportunities that I wouldn’t have otherwise gotten, if I weren’t from a football family where my grandfather had so much success. I’m not naive enough to think otherwise.
I like to be outdoors as much as possible.
Since I got into coaching, Coach Carroll’s been nothing but great to me and always been willing to help and share some advice and give a perspective.
I’m a fan of coaching.
We’re trying to win football games, and whoever we feel like gives us the best chance is who’s going to play behind center.
What I didn’t realize is, getting out to L.A., you realize how normal it is, especially if you go eat or have dinner in West Hollywood: kind of everybody is somebody out there.
For whatever reason, I’ve always been interested in those types of things – leadership books and different ways to connect with people in a real, authentic, genuine type of way.
The No. 1 job is to help a player reach their highest potential, and that’s not possible without being able to relate with them. That’s been helpful, and as far as my knowledge base is concerned, that stems from being around great coaches willing to share.
I could go on and on about my support for Kirk Cousins, and I feel fortunate to have been able to work with a guy like that.
There’s no one I’d rather have as my quarterback. I love Jared Goff.
Some of my closest friends in life are guys that I was able to play high school football with.
I think what we’ve tried to preach to our players is we’re going to let the best players play.
You look at Matt LaFleur and where he’s been. It seems like successful quarterback play follows him.
Anytime that you get a chance to go from Washington to L.A., I think it’s really just getting used to the three-hour time difference.
When you care about the players you are working with, that’s when they want to play hard for you.
As coaches, you want to be able to put your players in a system that’s conducive to their success.
If you get a chance to coach against one of your mentors, and a guy that taught you almost kind of the foundation of what you know about this game, I think it would be a fun, humbling opportunity.
It’s kind of ironic that the only Super Bowl I’ve been to as a fan was when the Rams played the Titans. I was at that game. My grandpa, when he was still involved in the NFL, he got me tickets for my birthday.
I love being in a city with great weather.
Whether it’s a guy getting a big contract, getting a franchise deal, that comes with expectations.
I have no life – other than I love football.
Jon Gruden taught me the foundation of what I know about this game. Took me under his arm, taught me to see it from a big-picture perspective.