INDIANAPOLIS, IN - OCTOBER 10: Dexter McCluster #22 of the Kansas City Chiefs catches the football against the Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium on October 10, 2010 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Scott Boehm/Getty Images)
He also showed off his vocal chords. After a few minutes of chatting about his offseason, McCluster sang the national anthem. You can view video of it here.
Here's a summary of what else he had to say:
On the Chiefs trip to Joplin: "I was unable to make it to that but in hopes to raise money I sung money to raise money at a charity event."
On helping raise money "It's just been instilled in me. Back in college, I used to do a lot of community work. I love to put a smile on people's face. I'm energetic, I'm goofy. I'm more than a football player and I want a lot of people to know that I am. If I can help, I'm going to do whatever I can.
On what he's been doing in the offseason: "In my offseason, I've been doing a lot of recording. I love to sing, one of my passions. I tagged along with one of my friends, Omar Love from Mississippi, and we've been in the studio, uplifting each other and having fun with it."
On the NFL lockout: "There's going to be football. We're feeling the same pain you're feeling. We're ready to go. When it comes, we're going to make sure, boom, it's like Fourth of July."
(H/T Arrowheadlines and MUChief)