I had the opportunity to speak with Steve Weatherford, @weatherford9 on Twitter, recently via Skype where we spoke about the past season, his thoughts on how the Jets graded out in 2010, how he specifically did and yes, we talked about THAT PLAY (the fake run against the Packers).
As you will find out from the interview, Steve is a very easy going guy and it was a pleasure to dive into some of the topics that are facing the Jets in the future.
What are some of the topics that we covered:
Rex Ryan as a coach, and his new book.
Why Steve doesn’t consider himself an “Athlete”.
Steve talks about his passions off the field.
What’s it like changing teams often and teammates on the kicking squad.
What player he credits the most on special teams for allowing him to tie an NFL Record.
A former kicker in the NFL is his best friend, the Godfather to both his children AND his daughter’s first name is his last name.
Where Steve sees his immediate future going.
Why he decided to go on twitter and partner with The Titan Group.
His football camp in July.
I would like to thank Chuck Vine from the Titan Group who sought me out to get this opportunity to interview Steve and get information you may not have known about him to you the DIE HARD JETS FANS.
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