The selfless warrior – Jerricho Cotchery Dan Leberfeld

It couldn’t have been easy for Jerricho Cotchery to move from the starting lineup to the #3 role in the middle of the season.

This happened shortly after the activation of Santonio Holmes from the NFL’s suspended list.

But Cotchery moved into his new role, like he does everything, with grace and class.

“If that was me, yes, it would have been tough,” Braylon Edwards said. “I can only imagine it was tough on him. Never did you see a change in him. Never did you see him complain. Never did you see it in his body language, showing that he didn’t want to practice and that he’s not happy with the play-calling. He’s a guy you ultimately respect. He’s the ultimate team guy.”