Denver’s Holliday Wants to Make a Name for Himself

Here is what Denver Bronco’s WR/kick returner Trindon Holliday told media about Super Bowl 48.
On if he watches or models his craft after other kick returners:
“Not really. I’ve been trying to build my own craft, trying to make something myself.”
On if he had a chip on his shoulder after leaving Houston and how he’s thrived in Denver:
“You always have a chip on your shoulder when you get released or cut from the team. You shouldn’t show it. You just have to go out and prove to the guys that you’re able to do it.”
On if Denver signing him was a rebirth:
“I don’t think it’s a rebirth. I think it’s just coming to another team, just starting all over again.”
On how he feels about getting closer to Super Bowl Sunday and implementing the game plan:
“It feels a lot better actually being able to prepare and be ready to practice for those guys.”
On if Seattle’s defense is the best they will face this season:
“Those guys are good on the other side of the ball. They’re a great team, No. 1 offense versus No. 1 defense. We’re just going to kick it off Sunday and see how it goes.”
On what has been the biggest challenge for him this season:
“The challenge for me this year is being able to go out and perform at the highest level and make something happen for my team.”
On if he feels the best he has felt all season going into Sunday’s game:
“Of course. It’s a once in a lifetime event. We just have to come out and be ready to go Sunday when the ball is kicked off.”