CB: Oh. Well, to learn to play the piano, to take karate and to learn a foreign language. Oh, and try out for the [Philadelphia] Eagles one year. If my shoulder didn't hurt so bad, I'd do it.
SI: We've heard you're impeccably neat. Could you give us a tour of your closet?
CB: Everything has got to be perfect. Every shoe matches perfect. I've got a little spot in the corner for my tennis shoes. I've got about 20 pair of them stacked neatly on top of each other. The shirts are in their little section, all lacing the same way. People think I'm strange, but I think it's normal to be clean. I mean, like I get on the guys' cases. They'll take tape off in the locker room and just drop it. I say, "Is it really going to be that difficult to take two seconds out of your life to walk up to the trash can and drop it in there?"
SI: You're the kind of person who re-vacuums a room because they didn't get the lines exactly right, aren't you?
CB: Yeah. You've got to have the lines going the same direction.
SI: Please don't demonstrate, but do the head butts you do with teammates hurt?
CB: No, but a couple of kids' parents called and said we should stop doing them because their kids got hurt doing it.
SI: Did you?