When Roberts did make a play, it was usually on a critical down and he was like a missile that left you high-fiving.
Hal Habib (Palm Beach Post) wrote:
"This is my first time really being hurt,” he said. “It tests your mental (outlook) because I never really had an injury, but at the end of the day, just me, how I grew up, I've been going through adversity my whole life.https://www.palmbeachpost.com/story/spo ... 134531001/
“It's just another bump in the road. It's really not a bump to me. I just lay the pavement."
Roberts wouldn’t say if he’ll be healed in time for the season-opener Sept. 12 against his old team, New England. He wouldn’t even say if he’ll be 100 percent for the start of training camp.
“When it’s time for me to wake you up, I’m going to wake you up,” he said