What was the overall feeling from the scrimmage?
“It was a great feeling. We still did the little things here and there, but it felt a lot better than what we did in the spring. So, it was a great scrimmage.”
On the scrimmage:
I did alright. There are always things you can do better.
On his health:
I feel great. My body feels good. This is the best I’ve felt. You live in the training room and stay 100 percent when you come out here.
On his return:
It felt good coming back. Everyone put a smile on my face. I respect them a lot for that. I don’t think about the missed time. It makes you realize when you’re tired, it’s way different than not being able to be out here. You don’t want to be looking at your teammates being able to be out here.
Are you sensing a sense of urgency with the wide receiver group?
“A group that’s looking to do well. That’s all we want to do. With [Wide Receivers Coach Kevin Beard], that’s all he makes you want to do. He gives you the picture and even though we’re tired, he just keeps pushing us. That’s all we want. That’s what we want to see a coach doing for us.”
What does your last preseason scrimmage mean to you and what are you looking to do in that?
“As a team goal – doing better than last scrimmage…Our percentage – just getting higher than we got before. That’s it.”