Edwards: What's for breakfast?
SI: Best part about being an NFL player?
Edwards: Reminding naysayers from my days growing up in San Diego that I'm not that skinny little kid anymore.
SI: And the worst part?
Edwards: Monday morning.
SI: If you weren't a football player, what would you be doing?
Edwards: I'd be a musician in an '80s cover band.
SI: You could have dinner with anyone. Whom would you choose?
Edwards: Chris Ryan, former member of the British SAS, who was dropped into Iraq during the gulf war. He went eight days without food and somehow managed to get out of the country. After what he'd gone through, I'd take him to whatever restaurant he desired. My first question would be, "How did you stay mentally strong enough to make it out alive?"
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Kansas City RB Priest Holmes versus the media capital of the world
The defending NFL rushing champ, in New York to face the Jets, is hardly a household name. Great guy. Good personality. No national endorsements. "It's all right," Holmes says. "I've got my rushing title, and nobody can ever take that away from me."