I hope he kneeled down and prayed after saying he didn't want to play.
What a fraud.
Who did this?
He seems even less pleased that he was asked to return punts Sunday night in an effort to spark his team's performance. It looked like he hadn't practiced punt returns in a while. It also looks like he won't do it again any time soon...
"That'll be my last time back there,"
When asked whether he or his coaches had made that decision, he bristled.
"The last time I checked, I've only got one person to answer to. That's my maker," he said.
I suppose we can surmise that "my maker" is actually a reference to God and not, say, his mother. He probably wouldn't be swayed on his new no-return stance if Mom called him up and said, "You know how much I love when my baby returns those punts." Theoretically, though, if God decided to start talking to him the way he used to talk to, say, Reggie White, maybe then he would consider taking on punt return duties again.