A guy as great as Brett Favre has been for the length of time he's been, you would hope that he would be able to leave the game with a positive flavor in his mouth.
We get done with the game, and it's an absolute downpour 30 minutes later. That's when I thought God was telling me that's enough-time for you to go do something else.
The patience that goes with the game, the little things that go along with the game, you have so much more time to think in golf than you do in football - you have to keep your thoughts positive. I'm not sure I've got that mastered.
I'm getting the basics with the AFL, but the NFL is a different animal.
I can't compare quarterbacks as apples and oranges in my mind because everybody's in a different system.
I've experienced the highest of highs and lowest of lows. I think to really appreciate anything you have to be at both ends of the spectrum.
I've always joked about Joe Montana not appreciating his Super Bowls nearly as much as I do because he never lost one. We lost three before we got one.
I'm happy with the Arena Football League right now. I'm happy in Denver.
The Arena League is the best thing that could have happened to me because I get to run the whole process. I'm seeing not only the football side but the business side.
I would hope this experience would help me if that NFL opportunity were to arise. But I also know that it's a totally different league. There's a lot more to it.
You learn a lot more from the lows because it makes you pay attention to what you're doing.