When everybody says a TV show is great, I wait a while to get to it because my expectations will be sky high. Now I’m watching “Ozark” on Netflix. There are so many twists and turns and craziness in this town. It makes me want to go there.
I bought a Lamborghini LM002 truck years ago when I was still playing football, but I sold it and regretted it. Only a little more than 300 were made so it took years before I found another. It’s a V-12, stick-shift, five-speed truck that sits really mean and just looks aggressive. It’s everything that’s me in a lot of ways. Now I have two: a red one and a black one.
Now that my football days are over, I’m not trying to run. The treadmill is just not for me, so I get my cardio on the Peloton exercise bike. After 20 minutes on that thing I’m sweating like an animal and I’ve gotten a great ride: My lungs are burning, my thighs are burning and I’m motivated the rest of the day. I never thought I could be motivated by a spin class on a screen. My favorite Peloton instructors are Ally Love and Robin Arzon.
I play my music on a Nima New York Giants Bluetooth Speaker that’s in the shape of an NFL helmet. My dressing room is like a concert. It’s not one of those stuffy dressing rooms at a news station where you come in and you don’t talk to anybody.
I keep a set of Honma golf clubs on the West Coast and a set of PXG clubs out east. Honma clubs are light, and the response of the ball coming off the face is really amazing. And I love my PXG putter. You don’t have to do a lot of work with it. Take it back just far enough and it does the rest of the work. When one set starts acting up, I threaten it that I’m going to swap it for the other.
—Edited from an interview by Chris Kornelis