Riley, who has visited Cleveland, Denver and Buffalo, told the Kansas City Star: ``I'm just trying to find a job. It's important for me to get what I can in this contract. I think I played pretty well last year before I got injured. Getting injured, that shows that your career can end any time on just one play. So you've got to get a good contract.''
Getting injured, that shows that your career can end any time on just one play. So you've got to get a good contract.''
Originally posted by inFINSible
"That way, you cover your *** in case you get injured again. Screw the team, I'm watching out for number one."
We don't need some one like this, unfortunately there are alot of them out there nowadays.
Last May in suburban Overland Park, Kan., Riley, then with the Kansas City Chiefs, was accused of ramming his vehicle several times into a vehicle occupied by his wife and infant daughter. Riley was charged in Johnson County District Court with felony counts of aggravated assault and criminal damage to property, and misdemeanor counts of child endangerment and leaving the scene of an accident.