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Jayron Hosley, 09.21.12

Q: How are you feeling after yesterday?
A: It's feeling good, a little sore. I'll be good. I had an ultrasound showing nothing, so that's a good thing.

Q: How did you injure it?
A: Just running out on the kickoff, a regular play. Nothing major. Good thing it wasn't a full tear or anything like that, so that's good.

Q: You think you'll be able to play in 10 days?
A: I think so. I'm confident in that.

Q: What did you think about your interception?
A: It was definitely good. Good pressure up front, which allowed me to make that play, so I can't take all the credit for that.

Q: Did you get the ball?

A: I haven't got it. I was talking to one of the players last night about it. I've got to go look for it. I don't think they kept it for me.

Q: Maybe they didn't realize it was your first.
A: No. They know it's more to come, so it's definitely a start.

Q: It doesn't seem like your adjustment to the NFL game has been that hard?
A: Really it's just the preparation of training yourself to have that confidence and the coaches are doing a great job of preparing me by giving me that confidence by throwing me out there and just getting a feel for the game. I feel like I'm catching on and just going out there and playing ball and doing what's expected.

Q: That shows something about you, too, bringing that attitude to the game.
A: Definitely, you've got to have that. You've got to bring that, especially in the position I play. There's a guy across from you, he's going to line up, he's got that same attitude, he's got that same swagger about it, so I've got to bring mine.