"I'm so proud of that kid," Wilson said. "He was probably the most talented quickness/lateral movement player I've ever had, in terms of short space and being able to make people miss. The thing that we always talked about was his inability to pass protect when he first came into the league, and fumbling. Those were things that Kevin wanted to work on, because he knew they were weaker areas, and to his credit he worked his tail off and now he's one of the top third-down backs in the National Football League. He's a special kid. He's always been special to me, and I'm just so happy for the success he's having." --- Steelers running backs coach and former Patriots assistant, Kirby Wilson reflects on Kevin Faulk, who was selected in the second round in Wilson's final year with the club.