If Herm Edwards is anything, he is motivational.
Simply his cadence and delivery alone draws you in and makes you interested in what he has to say. Herm is a man of experience and loves the opportunity to share these experiences with people who can benefit from them.
Edwards stresses the importance of being physically ready to compete from day one of training camp, paying respect to the opportunity, the “curse” of talent, the privilege of playing a game for money and the importance of professionalism.
These are all such simple concepts, yet are so often lost on great college players who have never really had to work and have been able to subside on talent alone.
Preach on Herm.
Hopefully someone is listening.