Oracle: If you weren’t playing football, what would you do?
PJ: Probably be like a mentor or something for the young kids, working at the YMCA. I like dealing with kids.
O: Who is your idol?
PJ: My dad. He taught me a lot of stuff in life; that’s what made me the man I am today. Taught me a lot of stuff like don’t ever take anything for granted.
O: What do you do to get psyched up for games?
PJ: I like listening to a lot of music, like Tupac. ‘Cause Tupac speaks to a lot of real-life issues. I try to relate them to mine, so I try to get focused.
O: What’s your favorite Tupac song?
PJ: My favorite? I have too much. I just can’t pick one. Uh, it’s got too much cursing; I don’t want to say it. “Get Money.”
O: In ten years, Pat Julmiste will be-.
PJ: The owner of a company. Probably a real-estate company.
– Tony Marquis
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