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Jason Witten and Tony Romo on how to deal with young players.
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Can you spot a guy with it's obviously when you look at them and say. He's gonna have a hard time. But to go see guys over the years to. You have to can say. You know their approach isn't probably wouldn't it happened in those guys to get out of the guys that I talk to our external from. And you know for them to. Reach their potential sometime they need a kick in the -- and I think you just learn that. Over the years is who needs it doesn't. Is it easy for you to do just kind of police guys aside you know with the not generational. You know these are twenty something year old guys. You look back on when you're Tony. I like the -- myself not in there. Coach in this league so I feel -- accurately that some of the young guys. It's still football is still life. Experiences are very -- the rookies and stuff I went -- I was younger. Are emerald I'm talking tomorrow he's going to us his progression that he went through. And those same way now. He can teach -- things. I'm comfortable -- do you stern part of it and that's -- -- be part of this world. -- just understanding what would success. When those guys. You know personally hope that the -- on your team. But when they are you your job is to mold them bring them in and that's what makes us all it's not just about -- out and and and tell him it's our way and how what it's about bringing him into that protects and and help them grow into the player and you sit at every every week and this year in this NFL. And now that's a challenge -- leadership is not only you play at a high level make everybody around you play that same level once and that you know wanting trying to instill the younger guys. You gotta -- bring it every day no way to be a great player to get to that level. And two achieve your goals are open to achieve one day. Is to commit to that every single day. That's the number one thing I'll strategist their commitment level every single thing to get better.