Wide Receiver Kenny Golladay
Q: 13 games in. Big picture, what do you make of how this year has gone for you?
A: Well, it's four games left. Just trying to end on a good, positive note. That's the best I can do, really.
Q: How are you feeling? We saw you stretching in between reps.
A: Just making sure I'm loose. My body feels good.
Q: Why do you think it hasn't clicked so far in the last few weeks?
A: Don't really know. Yeah, I don't really know what to tell you. There have been quite a few moving parts. Yeah, I don't know.
Q: Are you content with the separation that you have been able to get open or is that something that isn't what you had hoped?
A: I really don't look at it as it being that, really. Yeah, I don't look at it like that.
Q: (Head Coach) Joe Judge has said a couple of times, 'Just throw Kenny the ball. Just throw it up, jump balls.' I can't even remember a jump ball you've got all season. Have they thrown you enough jump balls?
A: Well, maybe the first one was what, last week? Maybe 12 seconds after going into halftime. Maybe that was, maybe. I'm not sure. Yeah, so, I don't know.
Q: Where's your frustration level at right now?
A: I'm not frustrated. I've dealt with some injuries this year, but at the same time I feel like I'm coming out here working every day in practice, for sure preparing the right way. That's all I can really do, is do my part and that's producing during practice so I can get the ball during the game and everything. I'm just going to continue to just do my part.
Q: Do you feel like you've done your part in terms of doing all you can or are there things you can do better?
A: I'm sure. Like every Sunday, there is some stuff that I could do better at, but at the same time I definitely go out there and do my part.
Q: How would you describe your first season with (Quarterback) Daniel (Jones)? We might not see him again. Where do you think your chemistry level is at with him?
A: Me and DJ, it's good. I feel like it was going well. Like I said, there have been a lot of moving parts this year as far as just coaching change, people not being 100 percent healthy. All that plays a factor into it.
Q: Is it weird that he can practice with you guys and throw passes, but not play?
A: No, it's not weird. Definitely when you're dealing with an injury, you've got to do what's best for you and your body at the end of the day. There is life after football.
*Q: Given what's transpired for you personally in terms of the numbers and also as a team in terms of the number of losses this year, how much higher are your expectations for next year? *A: To be honest, we've got four more games left. I still feel like there's a lot of stuff that I can do to cap off this year for myself and for the team. I'm not really jumping ahead to next year yet. I'm going to finish this year off hopefully healthy and after that get away from football a little bit like most people do. When that time comes, then I'll start focusing on next year.