OL Adam Bisnowaty
May 12, 2017
Q: How was your first day?
A: It was wonderful. It's great to put the helmet back on, get back out there and it's a lot of fun. It's great to put the Giants helmet on too. Just have a lot of fun out there and keep improving.
Q: You were mostly at right tackle?
A: That's correct.
Q: Is that where they told you could be?
A: The depth chart today said right tackle so that's where I was at. Wherever my name is at, I'll play and I'm excited to be out on the field.
Q: You feel comfortable of both side correct? You played left in college, right?
A: Correct, I also played a little bit of guard in college, so I'm comfortable playing either position, either side. Either way, I'll be out there and play as hard as I can.
Q: Is there much difference in what the Giants do, then what happened in Pitt?
A: When you play football now a days, it's a lot of zone, power. You pass the ball. At the end of the day, it's the same thing. It's the way they call it, that's a little different. I think that's no matter where you go, whatever organization you're at. I think it's just learning the terminology, and the fundamentals are pretty much the same, just learning everything they way that it's supposed to be done and executing it.
Q: Is it hard to be an offensive lineman and not really hit anybody?
A: You'd like to have the pads on, but you're still getting physical out there. It's a lot of fun. You get out and get after it. I had this helmet on for a while, so just get after it, be out there on the field is a great feeling.
Q: You have reputation for being a little nasty and a big heavy hitter, it would be hard to pull up a little bit.
A: I was told to slow it down a little bit through some of the periods. But I just have to go out there and go as hard as you can and keep getting better.
Q: How did Davis Webb handle the huddle?
A: He was great. Met him through this process and once I found out we both got drafted here, that was great. I can't wait to hang out with him. In the huddle, he's a natural, he's a great player, great leader. So, he handled himself very well, just like anything else.
Q: Did you have to lean on the quarterback?
A: The quarterback runs the huddle, and basically everything on the field. So, you need someone to be out there who knows what they are doing. Who can hold themselves to a high standard.
Q: How do you think you fit in this offensive line?
A: I met a few guys the past two days and I think slowly, I'll start meeting them as next week comes. It seems like a great group, I only heard good things about them. I'm excited to step in and continue to building that group and continue to bring my skill set to the table.
Q: Are you enjoying the Penguins these days?
A: We have a big game tomorrow. So hopefully we'll be able to watch that. We got Ottowa this week, so it's a big one. It's going to be a good game, I can't wait to watch that series. The last one was a little hectic there, I thought we would finish a little earlier. But it's playoff hockey.
Q: Are you in intrigued by the transition to the NFL?
A: I just try to be who I am. The reason why they chose me was to come here and try to be that same person. Be the same person that I am on and off the field, just continue that. It has got me here, and I think it's going to continue to make me pretty successful.