Found January 24, 2012 on
Larry Brown Sports:
While it is always fun for the media to talk about Bill Belichick and Tom Brady and how dominant the Patriots have been over the past decade, there is only so much they can say about it. Highlights from Super Bowl 42 will be a go-to move, but with two weeks off between the conference championship games and the Super Bowl writers need quotes. They aren’t going to get any from the Patriots players. The last time a Patriot decided to be funny in a press conference they were benched for the opening drive of a playoff game. Luckily, we have the Giants and Antrel Rolle. As we all know, Rolle loves to make headlines. Unsurprisingly, he got the week off to a fun start on Tuesday.
So there’s that. As Pro Football Talk pointed out, Rolle was also asked what his reaction was when he was first drafted by the Cardinals, to which he responded: “Like Jerry McGuire?”
Normally Rolle is spouting off guarantees left and right or calling out teammates, but it’s early in the week. Being in Brazi...
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