Roscoe Crosby Quotes

"When I first came in it felt a little strange, because the quarterback throws the balls a lot harder than they did in high school, and there's that process of learning everything all over again," Roscoe Crosby said after practice Monday evening.

On his elbow injury
"The elbow is coming along good, the doctors said it's at a 100% now."

On playing football again
"When I first came in it felt a little strange, because the quarterback throws the balls a lot harder than they did in high school, and there's that process of learning everything all over again."

Impressions of the team
"I thought we were a great team last year and during my first year too. I think we'll have a real good season this year."

Expecations on himself entering the season
"I really don't like to put a lot of expectations on myself. I just want to blend back in with the team and gel with the team."

On how he's stayed in shape
"I was kind of upset with myself because I don't think I worked out as hard as I should because I didn't think they'd let me play. Mostly I was playing basketball and lifting weights on my own. It was kind of hard for me to push myself in sprints and stuff like that. I'm just trying to come out and work hard now."

About his competition at wide out
"I always thought they were a great group of guys. Even when we came in I thought we had a great group of receivers. Those guys all have a lot of potential."

On playing baseball this spring
"I'm not too sure, I know I'll be talking with the Royals and figuring that out. Right now, my biggest thing is getting in the classroom and getting that focus and really trying hard on the field. Baseball is still in the picture."

On working against Justin Miller
"I think he's a great cornerback, I got the chance to watch him a lot. He's aggressive, and I just think he's a great cornerback, and that can only make me better."

His thoughts on Coach Swinney
"I think he's a great coach. This was my first time meeting with him today but I really think he can help me out a lot just by the way he approaches practice."

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