New York Giants safety Antrel Rolle is happy with life as a Super Bowl champion.
"It's been great," he said. "It's all for the betterment of the organization and the state of New York and New Jersey. I wouldn't change it for the world."
Rolle was at fye in Levittown on Tuesday to sign copies of a DVD and Blu-Ray commemorating the team's Super Bowl victory. Both were released Tuesday.
At fye, Rolle talked about how his life changed after winning the Super Bowl. "Things have been a little bit more hectic, as far as appearances and autographs and things of that nature, getting recognized everywhere you go and just being that outstanding role model figure," he said.
Rolle said that every fan he meets at autograph signings is unique. "Every time we do something, you get a different reaction from each and every fan," he said. "It's always good to be a part of greatness on their behalf, being able to interact with them, whether it's a signing or not, just to get their feedback. Sometimes they may bring out certain things, how they see you or view you as a player."
Fans lined up outside the store to meet Rolle and get autographs. One of those fans was Seaford resident Mitchel Ragan, who was tasked with getting autographs for his family. He said he was going to wait to watch the DVD with his dad.
"I have to wait for him, I have to be nice," he said. "I have to wait for him to get home from work, but after that we'll watch it a lot."