DP: What was your wedding song?
JA: It's a country-western song by the Zac Brown Band, called, Whatever It Is.
Did you cry at your wedding?
JA: I did my best. I did not cry. I almost welled up. I got really close. My old man almost made me break down, but I held it together.
What was more emotional? The song or being told that you had to cut your mullet for the wedding?
JA: [Laughing.] The wedding for sure, the song. Hair can always grow back.
Was cutting your hair an ultimatum for marrying your wife?
JA: No, it was never an ultimatum. You do it out of respect and kindness. My mother and [my wife] wanted a day with beautiful pictures. I don't see it, because I don't think I'm very good-looking. [It] kind of felt good for someone to tell me I was handsome for once.
Did you invite Brett Favre?
JA: I did. He respectfully declined. And that's what matters. Declining is not O.K., but respectfully declining is O.K.