Q&A with Eagles WR Reggie Brown
"I knew that the Eagles were one of the teams that were interested in aquiring my services. The first round went by and they didn't pick me, I was a little disappointed, but now that they picked me and I get to play for the Eagles, I am ecstatic."
On expecting to go in the first round:
"I was, but I am still happy with where I went. I'm not going to sweat it."
On having Donovan McNabb throwing passes to you:
"I am excited, ready to get up there right now and get at it."
On watching the Eagles and his knowledge of them:
"I know they are a great offensive team. They have a good running back, good quarterback and good receivers. I feel like I can join them and be that missing link and get us back to the Super Bowl and win it this time. We have a great defense, I know that we like to blitz on every play. I am extremely excited; I like the style of football they play in Philadelphia."
On pushing for a starting job:
"Most certainly, I am planning to come up there and work hard day in and day out, get accustomed to the offense and go out there and make an impact on the team. I plan to come in and start. That is my goal."
On what he does best as a player on the field:
"I'm a great physical player. I get off a jam good, run good routes and I have the ability to make a big play. I can make 3rd down catches when we need to continue moving the ball. I feel like I am a good all-around receiver. That's what I bring to the table."
On seeing TO [WR Terrell Owens], and the influence that he has had"
"Oh yeah, he is a great athlete and a great receiver. He's physical and has a great ability to get in and out of his cuts. Being so big, he is extremely impressive. I am so excited to getting up there, pick his brain and work with him, letting him help me with some of the things I can get better at."
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