Safety Nat Berhe
June 1, 2016
Q: Are you fully healthy now?
A: Yeah. 100 percent.
Q: Do you ever worry about it?
A: I donít and thatís it.
Q: How much better do you feel this year compared to last?
A: Itís a total polar opposite than last year. Iím happy.
Q: What do you feel you have to prove to the team?
A: Just stay healthy and play football.
Q: Itís a crowded safety room?
A: It is.
Q: How do you guys get along knowing thereís a job open?
A: For me, Iím cool with everybody. I feel no certain way towards anybody in that room. We come out here and we compete, but you compete against yourself. The competition is between you.
Q: Do you feel you have an advantage over a rookie because you were here last year?
A: Only time will tell if anybody has any advantage over anybody. Weíll see.
Q: Do you feel you have an even better grasp of the defense?
A: I think so.
Q: How much did you miss football last year?
A: Itís just like with any other job. You have your job. You clock in and you come into work. Itís hard not being able to do that.
Q: Did you follow the team as much as you possibly could?
A: Yeah. You kind of know how it feels to become a true fan sitting from the outside looking in.
Q: What did you do to pass time?
A: I was on IR with two other guys. We hung out a lot, did some things and just tried to stay close.
Q: Two other guys at your position. Itís not a club you want to be a member of is it?
A: No, but at least youíre part of a club.
Q: Do you guys have a bond?
A: Yeah. You spend most of your time with that person and you know much more about them than the average Joe.
Q: Do you think you all look pretty good?
A: Yeah. Iíd like to think so.
Q: How much did it help to be with them?
A: We all understand this is a business and we all understand this is a competition. Each day is a new day and each day you get better.
Q: Do you guys compete against each other?
A: I just try to stay in my own lane and do what Nat Berhe has to do.