Fernando Velasco says he gets his work ethic from his grandpa. His grandpa, who didn't retire till after he was 80 years old, taught Fernando to be the best he could be and not to settle for anything less. I think those words should be true for everyone.
Paul Kuharsky says that Jake Locker has the most to prove this year. At this point its just beating a dead horse on this topic. We know the offense has the talent to be in the upper echelon in the NFL, its up to Jake to ignite it.
Bironas aims to be more accurate this year. Most likely is that the injury that happened early in the year hampered him a little bit. Hopefully we see the old Gun Fingaz this coming year.
Nate Washington has built his career on being a great leader, dedicated, and hard working. He's doing the same things that have made him successful this offseason, even being more of a leader. Munch says that he is very much in the plans for this year, so the "trade Nate", "Cut Nate" memes should die here. Burry them properly in the comments.
David Climer feels like Munch is feeling more comfortable than ever in the head coaching role. Climer cites lining up at offensive line and just enjoying himself more.
Quote of the Day: "In every conceivable manner, the family is the link to the past, bridge to our future." - Alex Haley