Buccaneers' quarterback Jameis Winston sat down with ESPN's Sal Paolantonio for Sunday Conversation during his time in Los Angeles while attending the NFLPA Rookie Premiere event.
Of course, the topics surrounded Winston and how he would carry himself at the NFL level. And when asked about people's perception on the outside looking in.
"We represent not only that shield, we represent an organization and, more importantly, we represent a community and a community that’s filled with kids that want to be us one day," Winston said. "Sometimes kids can help you just settle down a little bit because you know you’ve got to be a great role model to that kid like for me I have a little brother. The way that my brother perceives me is everything to me because I can’t let him down."
Winston would also talk about his dreams, like playing in an NFC Championship game in Green Bay against the Packers. It just shows the kind of guy Winston is on the football field.
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