The day after the New York Giants hired Rex Ryan, I attended the Giants press conference.

I didn’t want to miss it, but I knew there would be a lot of questions.

Rex Ryan has the best quarterback record in the NFL, has won three Super Bowls, and is the face of the franchise.

It’s an honor for me to have that kind of influence.

But the fact is that I don’t want this to be an extension of what I did last year, which is to be a great coach.

I wanted to stay with the Giants, but at the same time, I wanted a chance to win with a team that had a lot to prove.

So, I felt I had to make a decision.

I knew the Giants had a very good coach.

That’s why I left and went to Kansas City.

The Chiefs are rebuilding and I was very happy that I could work with the guy that’s already in Kansas City, which was Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid.

Rex was very vocal about wanting to win and was very willing to let me know that I wasn’t going to get a job anywhere else.

That was the first thing I said to him.

The next thing he said was, “Well, I didn, too.”

The next time I met with him, I said, “What do you think?”

He said, ‘I don’t know, I just want to know you’re going to be here.’

“The next day, I was able to get to know him, and it was a great relationship.

He was very clear about his goals for this team and I felt like I had a good relationship with him.

He told me that I was going to have a very hard time getting a job because he was going against all the coaches in the league.

But he’s got a great team and he wanted to win.

He wants to win, and that’s what you want from your coach.

The only way you can make that happen is to win big and make a lot happen in a short amount of time.

Rex is going to work hard for this organization and I’m excited about that.

I’ve never seen a coach like him in my entire career.

I think he’s going to win a lot more games in the future.

That being said, I’m really excited about my next opportunity, which will be the Chargers.

I’m still a Chargers fan, but that’s the one I want to stay on with.

I was with the Chiefs for eight years and I never wanted to leave Kansas City because I knew that Rex was going in a different direction and that the Chargers were going to take over.

That team has been built and run the right way and I don’ think that I’ll be able to follow him there.

I’ll always be a Chargers supporter and a fan of the Chargers, but for me, I’d rather be with the New England Patriots.

They have a great fan base and I feel like Rex is a great guy and a great leader.

I’d love to be back in New England and help Rex and the Patriots continue to build a championship team.

Rex, I love you and I hope you’re having a great season.

Thank you so much for having me as a member of your staff.

I appreciate it.

I look forward to having you back in 2017.