"I threw a tantrum for about a week then went to Hawaii with my loved ones," Berry says.
We're told the 25-year-old Pro Bowler took roughly 15 family members on the trip to help him get over the bitter end to the 2013 season.
Chick Expects Dressler To Fare Well In NFL from The Regina News-Leader
At first glance, says John Chick, you'd never know Weston Dressler plays a pretty good game of football.
It's the second glance that sets things straight.
"When you first see him ... he takes a lot of grief for his size, but he's a big guy in the community," Chick - the Saskatchewan Roughriders' hulking defensive lineman - says of the diminutive Dressler, who signed a contract this week with the NFL's Kansas City Chiefs. "The first things everyone says is ‘Oh, you're a lot smaller ...," that kind of stuff. I'm sure he gets tired of that. But I'm sure no one likes covering him in a football game."
Loran Smith: Despite Reports, QBs Can't Do It Alone from The Dalton Daily Citizen
Quarterbacks can't do it alone, but the Monday morning quarterbacks seem to think so, which brings to mind a quote about NFL analysts from the late Hank Stram, who served as head coach of the Dallas Texans, Kansas City Chiefs and New Orleans Saints: "They don't know if the football is stuffed or pumped."
In a tight game, the quarterback might well be the difference. What we saw last Sunday was a team - Seattle - with the greatest balance that got all the breaks.