OBR Q-and-A: Terrelle Smith

Most Browns fans know that Terrelle Smith loves his job: he likes blowing people up. There's more to him than that, however. The Browns bruising fullback talks about what he's up to on and off the field.

 

Q: How's camp going?

A: Just knocking some rust off. New team, new players, different year. Different things can happen.

 
Q: Talk about the pair of noteworthy collisions Friday. In one you got knocked down by D'Qwell Jackson. In the other, you knocked off Clifton Smith's helmet.

A: I just go out there and play. I didn't even know who hit me. I thought it was a DB. I was kind of proud that a DB had hit me that hard. Main thing is I got up and had the ball in my hand and that's a completion. Out here it's a bunch of headhunters. I can get hunted and I will hunt.

 
Q: How were spirits after LeCharles Bentley's injury?

A: It's a part of the business, it's a part of the game and we just roll on. You got to. Everyone has a purpose here.

 
Q: Do you see your role being more defined this year?

A: Probably so. I think what it is is let's try him out and if he catches it, let's see if he can do it again. A lot of times people don't know what I can do. Sometimes I don't know what I can do. If I don't try, I'll never know.

 
Q: What do you weigh now?

A: 247½. If I don't lose a pound and a half, that costs me half a grand and a half. So, that's why. Been eating lot of salads and fruits. Not even
Gatorade. Can't wait to go to a barbecue restaurant and have a nice meal.

 
Q: What did you do in the offseason?

A: Went to Hollywood.

 
Q: Make any movies? (He's an aspiring actor.)

A: Not yet. I can't. I don't have enough time off.
 


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