Levy: I had only two rules. Don't be late. And be a good citizen. I would try very hard to educate him not to do that, but I wouldn't fine him.
SI: Would you want to coach in the NFL again?
Levy: Probably so. I would not close the door on it.
SI: If you had to bet whether a team will make four straight Super Bowls, as your Bills did, what's your call?
Levy: First, commissioner Tagliabue will not allow me to bet. And, yes, but only if I coach it.
SI: Do you think of 83-year-old Andy Rooney as an old codger?
Levy: The people who decry what Andy said as a prejudicial remark always come back to "He's an old curmudgeon" or "It's his generation." They are being more prejudicial and age-biased in their criticism. I think [ageism] is the one prejudice people still accept.
SI: Any advice on how to stay so energetic at 77?
Levy: Age is inevitable. Aging isn't. I exercise a lot. And I try to keep my mind working by answering questions like these.