"I learned so much about myself this year. This year, honestly, I learned when things go wrong sometimes you can't just jump out to the forefront and try to fix it. You have to be patient and this year I learned what patience was all about. Patience this year was key because there were times when I didn't know how to be patient. My life was just a whirlwind. My life was as an NFL football player where everything is scheduled out, practice, games, travel, time I was going to be home. You're talking about patience. It really took a lot of patience. I also learned a lot about myself that I didn't know. That's when the counseling came in, Dr. Paul Ball really took me in and what I would call stripping me of myself. There were things you learn about yourself that you probably thought you were doing right, but you're not. One simple thing he taught me how to do was to love all over again. Sometimes, the love that we show because we're athletes is not real love. We want to show love in material things. Just a simple hug your wife, kiss your wife, tell her you love her, date night. I was giving so much of myself to football, other things, community, my family was always on the back burner. It's tough. You have to learn how to balance things. You multiply that by seven years of my wife being the sacrificial piece.