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The draft is one of my favorite events because it is about football. People are focused on how their teams improve. It's a celebration of football. And most importantly, it represents a very important time in the lives of these men who are entering the NFL, and their families.
The highest standards of conduct must be met by everyone in the NFL because it is a privilege to represent the NFL, not a right.
The NCAA has to establish their own rules and enforce their own rules.
The one thing I would hope would go on my tombstone is, 'I made my parents proud.'
The way you continue to be a successful business is you don't wait for the car to go off the cliff. You have to manage yourself. And make sure you do it in the right way so you are not making decisions in crisis.
There are lots of businesses that are well in excess of $9 billion that have gone into bankruptcy, that have been mismanaged. And that has not served anyone very well.
To me, what I love about the draft is; first, you see the young men who are realizing their dreams that they've worked so hard for. That's a pretty cool thing. You saw the emotion from some of these guys the other day. And then, the second thing is this total sense of hope and optimism. And, I think that's great for everybody.
Too much of our society looks for people to fail.
Uncertainty's not good for anybody.
We will always make sure player health and safety is our No. 1 priority in the NFL.
We're in a leadership position in sports. People look up to the National Football League.
What is true of the NFL is that it has been well-managed over the years. And that has been beneficial to the fans, it's been beneficial to the game itself, it's been beneficial to the players, coaches and everyone involved.
When you're talking about a trade you're saying, 'Is it good for this team or that team, did they give up too much?' That kind of debate is great for the game.
When you're thrust into litigation, you obviously have to make sure you're prepared to deal with that.
You do not have to be convicted or even charged of a crime to be able to demonstrate that you've violated a personal conduct policy, and reflect poorly not only on themselves, but all of their teammates, every NFL player in the league, and everyone associated with the NFL.
You know that I'm always a proponent of doing things differently.
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