Belichick had some extremely encouraging, bordering on exciting, comments re: one of our rising young players... I would say last year was a very defining year for James as a professional football player. There were times earlier in the year where things didnâ€™t go as well for him as Iâ€™m sure he would have liked for them to go. The way he bounced back was to work harder, to prepare harder, to try to be more attentive on the practice field and really to try to correct the mistakes that he made. Weâ€™ve talked about that before with other players, guys like Kevin Faulk and people like that, where those guys make a mistake and you correct them on it, theyâ€™re obsessed with getting that straightened out and it not happening again. I give James a lot of credit. For a young guy, really he stepped up. He addressed some things that he had trouble with. He improved them significantly and really by the end of the year they were strengths not weaknesses. Thatâ€™s not easy for a player to do. Most players like to work on the strengths, work on the things that theyâ€™re good at and theyâ€™re not as anxious to work on their weaknesses or things that need a lot of work. Theyâ€™d rather work on the things that they do well. I think a really good player, and a real professional player, does that. He knows thatâ€™s where heâ€™s going to be attacked and thatâ€™s what he has to shore up. James did a great job of that last year. It was really impressive for such a young kid.