Bruce Arians Quotes
Trust brings a higher level of communication and a higher level of commitment and accountability.
I was allergic to milk as a child. My older brother would always get a big glass and drink it in front of me all the time.
Football is not played in shorts and it's not fair to the big guys. So many guys look bad in shorts and then they put the pads on and they're football players.
When I coached guys that I knew would be good coaches, I kind of push them.
How do you stay married 47 years? You are probably apart 20 of them. You get fired, move to another job. She would raise the kids and come six months later. Just start all over again. New romance.
When you get in coaching, you realize there are only two kinds of coaches - those that are fired and those who are going to get fired.
I felt like Cleveland deserved a winner. They have the most loyal fans in the world. I just thought it was a goal of mine. Every time that job came open I tried to get it.
There's not one moment from my journey that I'd want to change. Everything happens for a reason.
My quarterbacks have to be a member of my family, and that has nothing to do with football. Trust is everything. We have to connect on a deep level in order to really be able to build something together.
I think all the great ones have it. They just have a will they can put on their teammates. Refuse to lose mentality. When you step in the huddle with any of those guys, you're so calm that he knows what the heck he's doing and he can get the job done.
You never know about team speed until you get out there. You don't know who is a slow learner. A kid may not be very bright or he may be real bright but he doesn't know football. You've got to find out all those nuances and how they learn.
I got to know Peyton Manning when he was a high school junior and I was the offensive coordinator at Mississippi State.
At 30 I thought I knew everything, and 30 years later I didn't know anything.
I think Chris Godwin is going to be close to a 100-catch guy, especially because I think he can play in the slot.
I never want to be a father figure to my quarterbacks. I've got my own kids. I want to be the cool uncle you'd like have a drink with.
I work hard, but I also play hard. Everyone needs balance in life.
We have to build that African-American offensive coordinator/quarterback coach that is going to be a head coach. I think that's our job as head coaches - to find those guys.
Both times I had cancer? Preventative medicine. Caught 'em both early. I'll take physicals anytime I can get one.
My family moved to York, Pa., when I was eight. As a kid I spent virtually all of my free time at Memorial Park, which was just down the street from my house on Springdale Avenue in our blue-collar neighborhood.
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