The 24-year-old undrafted rookie has been a media darling the past week, something he's soaking up. However, Butler said he wants a chance to be known for more than one play.
"I'm going to probably enjoy this moment, I'll never forget it," Butler said Friday in a conference call from Alabama, per CSN New England. "Probably for a couple more days or whatever, however it dies down. Have a little time to relax and then get back to work and just try to prove my point that this one play doesn't [define] me. I don't want to be known as a great player for one play, so I've got more to prove. So, I'll have a little relax time and get back to work."
Whether or not he becomes an every-down player, Butler will have a hard time knocking the interception from atop his personal greatest play list.
The Patriots' cornerback rotation behind Darrelle Revis (if a contact gets done) and Brandon Browner could include Kyle Arrington -- who was praised for helping shut down T.Y. Hilton in the AFC Championship Game before being benched in the Super Bowl -- Alfonzo Dennard, Logan Ryan and Butler. The order will sort itself out over the summer.