Wide Receiver Collin Johnson
Q: How do you feel camp is going for you?
A: First off, I would like to thank my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ for without Him I'm nothing, and I want to start there. In terms of training camp, it's been good, it's been a grind. I've just been focused on getting better every day and just taking it one day at a time.
Q: You've been getting a lot of opportunities. Do you feel like you're making the most of those so far?
A: At the end of the day, you've just got to focus on being the best you can be. I feel like if you do that, when the opportunity comes, you'll make it. I have full confidence that when I get an opportunity, I'll make the play because I know the way I work every day. I'm definitely going to keep working and keep taking advantage of my opportunities.
Q: What does last year show you about what you can do?
A: Like I said, I take it day by day. Last year, every game, every practice, is experience and you've just got to add that to the tool kit and keep growing and keep getting better. You've got to be intentional about it. Last year was last year, and last game was last game. This practice is over, and I'm already focused on the next day. That's kind of the way I'm wired. I'm big on being process oriented and not so much result oriented because (Head Coach Brian) Daboll always harps on that as well. I really took that to heart this camp and it's definitely helped me.
Q: But if you look at your game on Thursday night, that's a good number of catches in the preseason game and productive. It helps you take a step forward in the depth chart and everything else –
A: I feel like I'm better today than I was yesterday. I control just getting better every day and taking advantage of my opportunities when my number is called. Like I said, that's all I can control. How many targets I have, maybe can't control, but my attitude and effort I can always control that. I'm big on that. That's just my focus and that will always be my focus, my attitude and effort. I feel like if I stay focused on that the results and taking advantage of opportunities will take care of itself.
A: No. Nothing.
A: No. Nothing.
Q: What are your thoughts on Toney’s camp so far?
$13,000,000 million reasons why he ain't unfortunately.
Kid looks to be very mature and has a great outlook (which is why he’s improving)
Golladay can pull a hammy and ride the pine for all I care, plus we now we have a young kid who looks about ready to break out.