A big theme for
Ty Warren is entering his 8th season as a defensive end for the Patriots, and is easily one of their most consistent performers. He averages 53 tackles and nearly 3 sacks per season, but had a breakout year in 2006 when he totaled 83 tackles and 7.5 sacks with a safety and a forced fumble.
When Richard Seymour was traded to
The Patriots’ recent crop of draft picks would do well to adopt this motto.
Instead of participating in the Patriot’s voluntary offseason program this year, Ty is forgoing a $250,000 workout bonus to return to Texas A&M and finish his degree in agriculture leadership and development.
Ty Warren lets his actions speak for themselves both personally and professionally. In an era full of diva receivers and players who can’t stay out of trouble with the law, it is refreshing to see such a down-to-earth approach. "I'm self-motivated. I've always been a working person. Ask anyone who knows me, I've been working and supporting my two siblings and now my own family since I was 13. No matter how much I have in the bank account, I'll always work. "
With so many young faces on the roster, we can only hope they learn from