My father always taught me to appreciate what you're fortunate to have and give back to those who need it. No part of our society is more important than the children, especially the ones who need our help.
More Quotes from Dan Marino:My busy college schedule didn't allow much time to talk with Dad one-on-one. So Dad wrote me letters. The letters were always positive and filled with advice and sayings I could carry with me. . . Those letters meant the world to me, knowing Dad always believed in me. I saved all those letters and have them. . . in my home today.
Obviously I'm not 21 anymore, but I think I can still throw with anybody.
I don't want to say anything, because Todd and I are good friends.
We're not running the ball again until we get ahead. Shula was calling the plays, but I told them, 'I don't care what he calls. We're throwing every pass from now until we get the lead.' To Shula's credit, he always gave me that option.
I think I have a passion for playing the game. I love to play, and I want to play at a high level. You have to do the right things in order to continue at that level.
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