Forgive Bruce Irvin if he's a little flustered these days. It wasn't long ago that he didn't have a roof over his head. Now he's a millionaire linebacker for the Washington Redskins.
Wait, hold up.
Jones hits home for Irvin
had a rough start in life; the speech that Adam Jones gave at the NFL rookie symposium resonated with him.
On the latest episode of "The Real Robinson Report," Seattle Seahawks fullback Michael Robinson asked Irvin how surprised he was to get a call during the first round on draft day.
"I seen a Washington number," Irvin said. "I said, 'Who's calling me from Washington?' I picked it up, it was (Seahawks general manager) John Schneider. They asked me if I wanted to be a Redskin and I was like, 'Hell yeah.' It's a great organization."
Robinson then jumped in: "Asked you if you want to a be a who?"
"I mean a Seahawk," Irvin replied. "I (expletive) up. I (expletive) up."
A slip of the tongue for the Virginia native with Dan Snyder oddly on the mind.
Irvin also said he predicts a double-digit sack season in 2012, something the Seahawks -- not Redskins -- would love.
"The Real Robinson Report": Come for the hard-hitting interviews, stay for the hulking man dancing behind Pete Carroll while brushing his teeth.