On first responders to the accident: "They were very professional. The older gentleman in the other car, definitely needed to be attended to, so that's where they were focusing their time and hopefully he's OK."
On Welker: "Wes is awesome. I've seen a lot of him over the last seven months. Nothing he has done has surprised me. I guess yesterday I was less surprised because I've seen it. He just feels like his normal self -- his attitude, his confidence in himself. The same injury that a lot of guys go through that takes a long time, he's able to put it out of his head and go out there and have a great game."
Hope to have Wes and Randy together next year?: "I hope so. Believe me, there's a lot of things that are out of my control, but I hope so. I know what's best for our offense and having those two guys together is of utmost importance and I think those guys know how important it is to have each other."
On his contract: "It's a huge relief just because without a contract you don't know where you're going to be in four or five months. You always say, there's franchise tag but no one knows if there's a franchise tag next year. And the franchise tag don't work out so often. ... To actually know where I'm going to be is a huge relief more than the financial security. To know my kids can go to school here. My wife and I love it here, so there's no place where we wanted to go. That's the best part about it. Having the understanding, that this our home. This is where we want to be."