Outside linebacker Kayvon Thibodeaux
Q: What are you looking forward to? The game in London is probably a little different than anything you've experienced.
A: Yeah, this is my first time going to London but it's still a football game. Still just trying to keep those same basics, not get too high, not get too low. Just try to keep that same mentality.
Q: What do you think about going against a guy like (Quarterback) Aaron Rodgers? What do you know about him?
A: Obviously he's a great player. He's probably one of the G.O.A.T.'s in my era. I would say he's a playmaker. I'm just going to have to stick to my keys, stick to my fundamentals, and trust my eyes.
Q: What's different going up against him than some of the other quarterbacks you've faced so far?
A: So far, we've had a lot of mobile quarterbacks so just knowing that he wants to make plays throwing the ball, he wants to make plays in the pocket, and being able to just beat the man in front of me.
Q: Would it mean anything more getting that first sack against Aaron Rodgers?
A: For me, I would feel the best getting it because it's in London and it will be an international game. I think that will be cool. When I go against an opponent, I try to just keep that mindset as a nameless, faceless opponent.
Q: How are you feeling?
A: I feel good. I'm excited, I'm ready and the gameplan, (we're) putting it all together.
Q: You itching to get that first sack?
A: Yeah, you know it's time. I feel like it's overdue and hopefully the time comes, God willing, on Sunday.
Q: The back, that is something that flared up during the game. Was that a problem at all?
Q: Has it been anything you've had to deal with this week?
A: No, it's been good. After I got a little stretch out the next day I was good.