"I'm actually hoping that the acting career is over after today. I think it's pretty much the feeling out here that I'm gonna land with one of these clubs," the actor told radio and TV personality Mike "Mad Dog" Russo before taking the field. "These teams need a clubhouse presence, and by presence I mean a 47-year-old flabby guy who doesn't know how to play."
"But I have life experiences, and I'm willing to do what it takes to get the job done," he continued. "I'm hoping to land a spot on the roster."