This will be my last blog entry – although I guess maybe I could come back maybe as a guest way, way in the future. It has been a little over a year and all of the fans have gotten an opportunity to get to know me and understand what I have going on in my head and off the head. I think I should allow someone else the opportunity to do so. Good luck to whoever that ends up being. It’s been great getting to know all of your through your messages. I appreciate everybody. I am going to miss it. It’s become an enjoyable part of my career, but I can’t be stingy. I have to share the wonderful internet fans with someone else. So, again, this will be my last one, but I might peek my head back into the blog every now and then.
First day of camp was great. Personally, I was a little rusty, but I’m starting to get back into the swing of things, but it was a lot of fun to get back out there for practice. One great thing about this time of year is that there are endless possibilities. We have high expectations and stuff.
I haven’t gotten a good chance to look at the new rookies and free agents yet. I imagine that they are getting acclimated to the NFL life and the mile-high altitude.
Tomorrow is the unveiling of the statue at the Darrent Williams Memorial Teen Center. I am looking quite forward to that. Everybody knows how involved I’ve been in that and how close Darrent and I were. May 29 is official grand opening of the Teen Center. I’ve been in there and it looks amazing. There’s a big mural painted of D. Will and it has a quote from Nate Jackson next to it which is very nice. I’m just ecstatic about being a part of something so big and so great. I think the Teen Center is going to be an asset to the Denver community for many years to come. It just feels great to be a part of something so significant.
One of our other bloggers, Andrew Mason, who started a new job with the Carolina Panthers, so I’d like to extend my congratulations to him. I want to keep everybody who read his blog aware of what’s going on with him.
The wedding – I think I talked about it last time – I actually went to it and it was a lot of fun. It was good to see a lot of my old college teammates. The reception is always the best part, which I think I’ve said before. It did not let me down. Drunk people dancing is always great. I really enjoyed myself. I was in the wedding, so I had some responsibility which was okay I guess. For the most part, I just enjoyed having fun and the wedding was beautiful. I actually had another friend get married the same weekend – another one of my college teammates – I wasn’t able to make it to his wedding, but congratulations to D’Qwell Jackson of the Clevelend Browns. It was a great day. I enjoyed it.
So, again, thanks everybody for all of your help and participation. It’s been great!