Q. Can you talk about some of the younger guys and how they are doing. How about Stoney Woodson?
A. Stoney Woodson…he’s come along very well, he’s been healthy the whole time, he’s playing nickel and corner for us, both right and left corner. He has really progressed and learned the system—catching on very quickly. Can’t wait to see him on Monday night, (I) want to see how these young guys play. DeAndre Wright was coming on very well, and then he kind of got—hyper extended his knee a little bit…he’s limited right now, but he has made progress at corner and he’s got to get used to playing press coverage all the time, it’s something we do a lot, and he hasn’t had that much exposure to it…he’s made out well. Kevin Dockery has been around, (and) has done a great job for us and Terrell (Thomas) was very solid for us last season, and he’s having a very good camp for us, playing very well, very solid, he can play nickel, he can play dime, he can play corner, so he’s done a great job…we’ve been very pleased with his progress.
Q. Going to have to make some tough decisions.
A. That’s going to be great. Obviously, the more competition you have, it raises everybody’s level of play. We’re really looking forward to the game on Monday night to see how they will perform when they are against somebody else. Right now, we’ve been seeing the same offense, the same receivers since the spring so they’ve kind of got used to each other. It will be nice to have them challenge somebody else.