Adrian Clayborn: I think the Internet says 280. I am somewhere around there.
Q: So you have reached 280?
Clayborn: Oh yeah, I am at least there. 280-plus.
Q: Do you want to stay at defensive end?
Clayborn: I love end. I hope to stay here as long as possible. I might get moved down, but that would be something I would have to play
Q: When did things slow down for you last year and become a little easier?
Clayborn: The Michigan State game. That overtime, that is when everything just went into place. I started to get my reads.
Q: How did the summer go training wise with the team?
Clayborn: I think the team came together so much, everyone got stronger and faster so I think the summer helped a lot
Q: How did the ‘young' guys look?
Clayborn: Binns looks good, Chad looks good. Lebron looked good, too. Blum, right behind us. All of the guys.
Q: Your unit has most experience (DL) on the defense. Does that put more pressure on you?
Clayborn: I wouldn't say pressure. It's just football. I just play football.
Q: But will you have to be bigger leaders this year?
Clayborn: Right, but it's just us. We bring the leadership and bring the hitting.
Q: What did you learn from the veterans (Iwebema and Mattison) from last year?
Clayborn: I learned a lot from Kenny and Mattison. Klink, and all of them guys. Humpal. They taught us how to be leaders.