"First of all, you've just got to go out and play. I think as Ray went out, he demonstrated, he played, and he walked the walk, he talked the talk. I think, soon enough, when the tides get rolling. That's why I think it's important to come out to offseason training, OTAs and those things, let the younger guys [see you]. You know it's a profession, you've got to be professional about it, and you take your job seriously."