At 6’6″ and 315 pounds, have you ever played quarterback?
Iâ€™ve never had any experience playing quarterback except playing backyard football just messing around.
How did you end up with uniform No. 72?
On draft day, they transferred me to the equipment manager, Gus [Granneman]. He said, “Iâ€™ve got a few numbers available.” It was a choice between 70 and 72 and I had my family standing around and I said to them, “Hey, 70 or 72?” and they all said 72, so I went with 72.
What’s been the hardest part so far about being an NFL rookie?
Iâ€™d say acclimating to the amount of information they give you, how fast youâ€™ve got to learn it. But Iâ€™ve been doing good with it.
What will you be doing in the few weeks remaining before the start of training camp?
I’m going to go home and get some of my momâ€™s good cooking. And I’m going to stay working out. You canâ€™t slack. This is our job. I’m going to go and see the family and friends I love dearly and enjoy the time I have with them and get my mind ready for this training camp that is coming up.