"Offensive lineman was always the position nobody wanted to play. All the kids would life at you. It was like a joke to be on the line, because it was a no glory position. Once I got a little older, my high school coach said, 'Hey, there's going to come a time where offensive lineman are going to be one of the highest paid positions in the NFL. If you know how to play that right now, and master that right now, you're going to be able to set yourself up for a long time later on in your career, once you get older.' I took that advice, and I've been a lineman all my life, so I know a lot about playing offensive line. I love playing it, and I love breaking it down, to the point now that when I watch NFL football, I'm watching offensive linemen. Kids have got to realize that: It's one of the positions that plays longest in the NFL, and pays the best over a long period of time. I'm always encouraging kids, keep hammering at it. People laughing at you now, they might be loving you later."