If you could give advice to a NFL player to improve how they play, who would you give advice to and what would it be?
Feel the rush...
Albert Haynesworth...suck it up and do your job.
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If you are in the NFL, act like you deserve to be in the NFL. This the top of your profession, most have a short time to do something with it. Put your money away, save it, invest it wisely. If you do, you are set. Remember your careers are short in terms of a Job. You have a short career that can give you a big advantage in life, so do not blow it. Remember you are an NFL Player, do something to make those that look up to you happy that they did, and not disappointed in you from something stupid you did. Be heroes and role models for our kids. If you go out to have fun. Take a cab, or hire a driver, be smart, do the right things. Take care of your business.
Well IDK about you guys but I wouldn't be giving advice to none Chiefs players, thats like being a traitor.
My advice would be for Matt Cassel, he needs to scan the field for his receivers instead of staring off at one. They know where the ball is going then...Of course easier said than done.
run faster, hit harder, hold onto the ball and above all ya gotta "PLAY TO WIN THE GAME"
Here is what I would say:
Remember, you make more mony in one game than many people make in 10 years or more. Show a little constraint and respect for what God has gifted you that few others will ever experience.
Are you man enough? Eric Berry? Apparently Not!