Hey, Randy. How's it going? I'm Sam Hollingsworth, reporting with BleacherReport.com and I just wanted to put together a pretty lengthy feature about you and your career. Do you mind if I ask you a handful of questions?
You were undoubtedly a premiere college player, breaking all kinds of records and leading Marshall to a Mid-Conference title in your sophomore season, but you were still a questionable pick out of college because of a number of off-field incidents dating back to your high school years.
What was it like being the center of such controversy when you possessed such talent?
Do you look back on the off-field problems and wish you could have avoided them, or do you think those kinds of things helped build you into a better player and human being?
What will you tell your children when they are old enough to understand the controversy that surrounded you growing up, and even up to the 2008 domestic incident that was ultimately dropped?
How long do you expect to continue your professional career as a player?
What do you plan or hope to do once your playing days have ceased?
Do you have any interest in becoming a coach or personnel-type employee?
It was widely noted that you dreamed of playing football at Notre Dame in college and for the Dallas Cowboys as a pro.
With your athletic ability, that was certainly a possibility, but these off-field problems eventually made that impossible. Do you wish you had done anything differently growing up before becoming a pro?