With the injury of Terrance “Tubby” Williams, the entire 2015 season had a very different tone.
The Dallas Cowboys had just been knocked out of the playoffs, and Williams was going to miss the rest of the season with a broken bone in his left knee.
Williams’ teammates were furious, and he was getting a little emotional.
“I was trying to say, ‘I love you guys, but I don’t love my knee,'” Williams said.
So they just left him in the locker room.
It was the last time he would ever see the Cowboys in the playoffs.
This was just like the beginning.
There was just so much anger in there, and it was just really hard to take.
Williams was out of his mind.
His teammates were devastated, but he was the most passionate person they knew.
He was the one who kept talking about how they were going to win this, and how they had to win it.
Williams wanted to do anything he could to make it a successful season, and when the Cowboys were able to clinch the NFC East title, he was ecstatic.
The first win in the division was a huge one for the Cowboys, and they had a chance to make history.
But that was about to change.
Williams’ injury changed everything.
The team was already down five games in the season, so they needed a win.
Williams was gone, and the Cowboys didn’t have a replacement.
The playoffs were on the line.
The Cowboys won the NFC Championship.
Williams got a $3 million signing bonus, and a team that had been considered a contender for the title was suddenly going to have to take a hit for the first time in two seasons.
Williams was traded to the New Orleans Saints, and now he had a new identity in his life.
He had an opportunity to get to the Super Bowl, and if he didn’t get it, he wouldn’t get another chance to play in the league.
Williams didn’t know how long he would be out, but the NFL did.
As Williams and the team prepared for the playoffs for the second straight year, he started to wonder how his career would go down.
He went through his recovery and everything that had happened, and one of the most important things was that he was going home.
He just wanted to be home, and we had talked about what we were going do, and I was like, ‘OK, let’s just talk about it.
I know we’ll get through this, but we need to talk about this.’
So he started talking about it, and then the other day, we had dinner and I said, ‘Tubby, I’m going to be going to the hospital today, and what you need to do is talk to me, and tell me if you think you have any idea how you’re going to handle this, because you’re not going to make this stuff up.
You know, if you need me, I’ll be there.
I’ll do whatever you need.’
He was not ready to go, and so we got to talking about the possibility of him going to New Orleans.
He said, and this was the hardest thing he had ever said, because he was worried about it the most.
But I think he knew that he had to do this.
He felt like he had something to prove to the people in Dallas, and that he would do anything to make sure he was back.
We talked for a couple of days, and after that, he finally came to the point where he knew what he needed to do, that he wanted to go.
He wanted to get his knee checked out, and everything was OK.
I remember thinking, ‘Wow, Terrance is finally coming to his senses, he’s actually coming to this.’
And he was ready to do it.
I had never been in the hospital with someone who wanted to take care of his knee, and at that point, it was hard for me to see him go, because I knew what was coming, and Terrance was the guy who needed to take the blame for this.
And I’m not going in there with him, and not being the one that’s going to take it.
So he was like the big brother figure, and really, it’s Terrance’s knee.
His knee is the reason that I’ve got to play football.
I was so focused on the fact that Terrance wasn’t going to play because he had it checked out and everything.
But the fact is, he never said, “Tiger, Tiger, I have a broken knee.”
I mean, Terrence was there for me every step of the way.
He didn’t even want to go home.
I just needed to be there for him.
I knew how much it meant to me.
I have so much respect for Terrance, and his sacrifice, his love for the game, his passion, and just everything that he did