"I think I'm knocking some of [the doubt] out right now," Shaw said. "Every team is different, but I do think, at the end of the day, they realize it's put behind me now. Of course, each organization has already gone back to L.A. and Palmdale, my hometown, and done their homework on me, so they know what type of guy I am. I don't point no fingers here. Everything that happened in the past was solely because of me, and I think they respect that."
Shaw got his family involved in the cover-up, including his brother and sister. That's one of his biggest regrets, and he's expressed that remorse to teams.
"Of course, it’s definitely going to come up," Shaw siad. "They want to hear it from me and they already know the answers to all the questions, so they just want to look me in the eyes and me to look them in the eyes and tell them the truth.
"I just show them and express to them that I take full accountability for what happened and that I learned from what happened, and I would never embarrass my family, myself or any organization ever again.”
Shaw said he learned a lot about himself over this past season, and promised that something like this never will happen again, that he's not some type of pathological liar.
“It’s not hard at all, because I did do it, and I realized what each of my mistakes were, and I think that’s important to them. That when I talk to them about what happened, I know where I messed up and I know what I could have done different. And so it’s just important to be transparent with them,” Shaw said. “Most of the meetings, when I leave, they always tell me they respect me being very candid and honest with them.”