Adrian Wilson Has a Problem

Apparently, Adrian Wilson has a problem.  He’s an addict, a conditioning addict.  As if one look at him wasn’t enough to figure this out,  Wilson, in an interview for Sports 620 KTAR, explained:

My wife told me I need to be on the show ‘Intervention.’ … It’s the scare factor. You don’t want to be passed up or have people think you don’t got it. I’ve got it. A lot of people are talented, but I’m gifted. To me, that’s important for me to have people understand. There are a lot of talented safeties out there, there are a lot of talented guys in the league, but I’m gifted. And that’s something, for me, if I continue to work hard and if one day my talent begins to diminish, I can fall back on my hard work.

It’s not a bad thing to be addicted to as a professional athlete and Wilson serves as a great example to younger players.

Wilson also addressed his particular distaste for social media networking, specifically Twitter. 

I don’t really like to be in that whole back-and-forth,” Wilson said. “I’m a man, and if I’m going to say something to you, I’m going to say it to your face, bottom line. I’m not a Twitter type of guy. … That’s not my style. I’m not in that world at all

The senior Cardinal also broached the topic of the Dockett vs. Rhodes Twitter battle, which, unfortunately, hasn’t died yet.  Wilson characterized Dockett’s treatment of Rhodes as “unfair,” but Wilson didn’t elaborate any further.  Hopefully, this storyline will fizzle out as the Cardinals can’t afford any serious controversy this season.


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