We want them to know what it`s like to be a leader, what it`s like to be a team player because those things carry on in everyday life.
Coaches aren`t concentrating enough of the technical part of this game and that could lead to injuries.
But that happens constantly, and then you get into a game and there are a thousand things going on and you have to make split-second decisions.
Injuries are part of the game, but sometimes we can avoid them by just practicing our techniques.
These kids are the future of the National Football League. They`re the next generation that will be playing high school football, NCAA football, and some even to the pros.
At the end of the program, I tried to talk to the kids a little bit about life skills.
History is history.
I encourage everyone out there to get involved.
Together we knew that we could have success.
Taking part in these types of programs is crucial to our youth and crucial to the future of this game.
Technique is everything and we play a contact sport.
Professional sports are something they can`t control.
It is a violent sport that we choose as men, and that we as parents allow our children to play.
As you get older, you`re always maturing, you`re always learning something new about yourself.
Win it, or it`s start all over around here.
We have our own reasons for what`s motivating us right now.
The most important thing we stressed is that we want those kids to be productive citizens.
We did it together. Not one individual carried this team.
There is no future. This is the season. Get to the Super Bowl.
Obviously we will talk about doing everything we can to make our sport as safe as possible.