‘”I was 22 years old and I had a lot of testosterone in my system there,” he said, failing to contain his laughter. “I quit going to practice. I probably acted like an ass. I was young and full of vinegar. I called the league office and found out they didn’t try to trade me. I should have just kept my mouth shut, taken their deal and played behind O.J. Hey, I was a better receiver at the time than he was anyway.”‘
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