Marshall: "I do. I feel confident. I just have to work hard and continue to learn as each day goes by."
Q: Do you expect the team to bring in any additional competition for you?
Marshall: "I'm not worried about it. I can only control what I can do. I don't let that bother me. I just go in each day and work hard in practice, study the film and do all the things, and do all the things, from my standpoint, of what I can do. Then let everything else take care of itself."
Q: Do you notice a difference between this year and last year, your rookie season, as far as knowing where you're supposed to be and so on?
Marshall: "I'm more comfortable than I was last year. There are a lot of things I'm more comfortable with."
Q: How much does it help the defense to have Gilbert Brown back?
Marshall: "I think it's good. He demands a double team. He's also a great leader and a great player, super veteran. I think it's good to have him around."
Q: Is it getting to a point where your instincts are taking over, allowing you to be a better player?
Marshall: "I think it is. Instincts are a big part of playing football. With me having a year under my belt and being able to run and just play football, I think it has helped me a lot."
Q: How much more responsibility is there at this level compared to college?
Marshall: "There's a lot more defenses we have to learn. There's a lot more things to learn about defense than in college."
Q: Have you stayed in Green Bay in the off-season?
Marshall: "Yes. I've been here since March."