Live chat with Seahawks Defensive Back Josh Wilson

Published on May 6, 2010 by     

10:29
Josh Wilson:

What’s up everybody. Thanks for joining us this morning. I’m eating a tuna sandwich after working out. Hit me up with your questions.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 10:29 Josh Wilson
10:30
[Comment From DukeDuke: ]

Pistol, Welcome and thank you for doing this. I have a couple questions off the top; I wanted to know what you see your role being this year? Do you envision returning kicks still or will you be focusing more on only playing corner? And second; do you see the secondary playing more man and press than zone this year and where do you think your strengths lay, which do you prefer? Thanks again.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 10:30 Duke
10:32
Josh Wilson:

I’ll be playing corner of course. No. 1 is focusing on playing corner. Returning kicks is always an enjoyable thing for me. Any time I can get my hands on the ball is something I want to. I just want to do whatever Pete has envisioned for me. Just from our last minicamp I think we are going to rely on doing more press. You have things you’re going to do more than others, but we’re going to do both.

But what is my strength. Making plays. But press is good for me because I can use my quickness.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 10:32 Josh Wilson
10:32
[Comment From champion0445champion0445: ]

How is the defensive scheme this year going to benefit your style of play?

Wednesday May 5, 2010 10:32 champion0445
10:32
[Comment From StevoStevo: ]

Hey Josh, Are you working out at VMAC a lot? and what receivers are you working against any receivers regularly? Who is there putting in their work with you?

Wednesday May 5, 2010 10:32 Stevo
10:34
Josh Wilson:

Working out pretty much every day here. I’ve actually been working out with Mike Williams a lot. Just about everybody is here working out and trying to win. We don’t have the luxury of sitting out on vacation when you’re 4-12 and 5-11 the last, two years.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 10:34 Josh Wilson
10:34
[Comment From Snydro81Snydro81: ]

Whats your situation with the ladies? Livin the NFL dream?

Wednesday May 5, 2010 10:34 Snydro81
10:35
Josh Wilson:

I’m am happily and newly married. Living the NFL dream is just being in the NFL and having the opportunity to do what I love to do and wear what I want to wear is a dream to me. If I can wear these Jordan jump suits every day, that’s a dream to me. What other job could I do that?

Wednesday May 5, 2010 10:35 Josh Wilson
10:35
[Comment From Snydro81Snydro81: ]

Josh, you might be our most well spoken defensive player. Love it whenever you are on Sirius NFL radio. What are your plans post-retirement (i know it’s a loooong way away)..

Wednesday May 5, 2010 10:35 Snydro81
10:36
Josh Wilson:

Once I’m done with the NFL I would like to do something with football. That’s all I know. My dad was in the NFL. I grew up around the league. So once I’m done with the NFL, I’ll still be around doing something. I’ve also got my business marketing degree from the University of Maryland, one of the top business school’s in the country.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 10:36 Josh Wilson
10:37
[Comment From fire38fire38: ]

josh working with big mike ,is it true he’s a brand new person and player

Wednesday May 5, 2010 10:37 fire38
10:38
Josh Wilson:

I don’t know what he was like before. I think my rookie year we played him when he was with the Raiders. And he looked like he was a bigger player. But now he’s the hardest worker I know. He’s toned up. And I think he can definitely do something to help this team. He’s out there competing.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 10:38 Josh Wilson
10:38
[Comment From Allen FAllen F: ]

I love your toughness and competitive fire. I think the biggest chance the Hawks on Defense can make is causing fumbles. The second and third guys into the pile should strip at the ball. I want to see you lead the team in fumbles (strips not hard hits). How much do you guys focus on this in practice?

Wednesday May 5, 2010 10:38 Allen F
10:38
Josh Wilson:

That’s everyday that we work on that. No. 1 on the list is getting the ball back.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 10:38 Josh Wilson
10:39
[Comment From AzulAzul: ]

Josh, Does Pete prefer press coverage over zone? Is the change something pushed by Pete? What are some of the philsophical changes when it comes to secondary play that Pete brings to the table?

Wednesday May 5, 2010 10:39 Azul
10:40
Josh Wilson:

Pete Carroll loves defensive backs. That’s his meal ticket. He’s always coming in there. He has a certain way of doing everything. And he loves for us to be competing out there. And the best way to compete is to be in their face. So that’s definitely something he loves to do.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 10:40 Josh Wilson
10:40
[Comment From MarkMark: ]

Josh, thanks for taking the time to do this. What has been your impression of the new coaches? How are they different from Mora’s staff? Any changes in scheme we should look for? I’d love to see you used in blitzing situations more often…you seem to have a knack at getting to the QB.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 10:40 Mark
10:42
Josh Wilson:

Yeah, all the way down the line it’s different. Carroll is of course different than Jim Mora, just by his knowledge of winning. He’s just trying to get us to that next level, but I guess for me as a defensive guy. Gus Bradley is the same guy. But going form Tim Lewis to Jerry Gray, who’s a four-time pro bowler. And he knows football. I’ve got a couple friends from the Redskins that just say he is the “Football Czar.”

It’s been fun working with him. He’s already shown he knows a lot about the and about getting us in good situations.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 10:42 Josh Wilson
10:42
[Comment From DukeDuke: ]

Josh, aside the bigger name receivers, who’s the most underrated wide out you’ve faced?

Wednesday May 5, 2010 10:42 Duke
10:44
Josh Wilson:

I would say Deon Butler. I mean you know him, but he’s harder to check than you believe because he’s quick and he’s fast. And if you make one mistake, he’s going to running up the sideline, as the San Francisco 49ers found out.

Fitzgerald is obvious. But actually Steve Breaston is actually harder to check than Fitzgerald because he has the same attributes as Butler, if he gets away from you he’s running up the sideline.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 10:44 Josh Wilson
10:45
[Comment From HawkfaninMTHawkfaninMT: ]

Iraqi War Vet here!! I heard you went over for a USO trip… It was always great to see players and performers come over and give us a break!

Wednesday May 5, 2010 10:45 HawkfaninMT
10:46
Josh Wilson:

Yeah, going over to Iraq was a life-changing experience. So glad I got over the hump and went. It was something that changed my life forever just seeing what you do to sacrifice for us every day. I am Hurt Locker fan.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 10:46 Josh Wilson
10:46
[Comment From Snydro81Snydro81: ]

Of all the receivers you cover, who gives you the biggest headaches?

Wednesday May 5, 2010 10:46 Snydro81
10:46
Josh Wilson:

That one who catches the ball. It doesn’t matter what name is on the back of the jersey. If someone catches the ball, I’m mad.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 10:46 Josh Wilson
10:47
[Comment From ShaunShaun: ]

As a pro football player, how many hours a day do you workout? What type of cardio workouts do you partake in?

Wednesday May 5, 2010 10:47 Shaun
10:48
Josh Wilson:

I’ll say three hours a day. From warming up, we’ve got abs. Speed box drills for foot speed to ladder drills. The core drills. Then we start lifting. And we ran about 14 hills. Welcome to the Army.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 10:48 Josh Wilson
10:48
[Comment From ShastyShasty: ]

Hey man, you’re easily the most exciting player to watch on defense for me and it will be awesome to see you and Earl Thomas back there this year with a healthy Trufant. What are your first impressions of Earl and do you see your big-play ability in him?

Wednesday May 5, 2010 10:48 Shasty
10:49
Josh Wilson:

Earl Thomas made me feel old after just turning 25. He is just turning 21. He is an exciting player. He’s ready to play. You can just see he has the range to cover the entire field, and as a corner that’s what you love to see.

I told him he’s gets the hits, I get the picks.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 10:49 Josh Wilson
10:49
[Comment From rollo73rollo73: ]

Hey Josh, I’m a real big fan of yours, great job ou’re doing out there. What is your impression of Kam Chancellor? All of the reports I have heard about him is that he is just some physical beast.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 10:49 rollo73
10:50
Josh Wilson:

Kam actually surprised me. When you see a defensive end walking into your secondary room, you don’t expect them to have the fluid hips. He’s a special player for his size. I think that he’s going to really help our team. I can say I’m one that didn’t expect that when I saw him. But he can play. He’s going to be good.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 10:50 Josh Wilson
10:51
[Comment From AzulAzul: ]

You are a good corner blitzer. I hope Pete uses in blitz packages more. You come off the edge so quick few blockers can adjust.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 10:51 Azul
10:51
[Comment From PrimeTimePrimeTime: ]

Josh, big fan brother! There seems to be a new energy this year and the season can’t come soon enough. I know as a player you must appreciate rest, but how has coach carroll’s competition angle change your approach to the off season this year? thanks man, good luck this season, lets get it done hawks.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 10:51 PrimeTime
10:52
Josh Wilson:

I love competition, that let’s the best player win. And that’s what i always believe. If I’m not the best player, I shouldn’t be out there. But if I am the best player, I should be out there.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 10:52 Josh Wilson
10:52
[Comment From JacDGJacDG: ]

Hey Josh, first off I’m a big fan of yours, and it’s fantastic that you are taking your time to do this.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 10:52 JacDG
10:52
[Comment From scottscott: ]

when you retire, will you play on my flag football team ;-)

Wednesday May 5, 2010 10:52 scott
10:52
Josh Wilson:

Depends on if we’re winning.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 10:52 Josh Wilson
10:52
[Comment From PrimeTimePrimeTime: ]

from 1970-present, name the top 2 corners of all time, and tell us what makes them the best.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 10:52 PrimeTime
10:54
Josh Wilson:

I’m not going to say Prim Time. I’m a big Darrell Green and Rod Woodson fan. Darrell Green just for the thing he was able to do for his. I knew if Darrell could make it, I could make it.

Rod Woodson was the ultimate playmaker. Everybody talks about prime time, but nobody talks about Woodson, and he was killing people out there. And then he went to safety and went to Pro Bowls.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 10:54 Josh Wilson
10:54
[Comment From GuestGuest: ]

Hi Josh, rumor has it that Deon Butler would smoke you in a race. Any truth to that?!

Wednesday May 5, 2010 10:54 Guest
10:55
Josh Wilson:

All I want to say is set the race up and we’ll see who wins. P.S. ask Darius Heyward-Bay who won in a 40-yard dash.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 10:55 Josh Wilson
10:55
[Comment From Snydro81Snydro81: ]

You still carry the football card with you? I hope so.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 10:55 Snydro81
10:56
Josh Wilson:

Yeah, I never forget that. Can’t leave home without it.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 10:56 Josh Wilson
10:56
[Comment From tcross12tcross12: ]

what kind of jawing do you like to do when you’re on the field?

Wednesday May 5, 2010 10:56 tcross12
10:57
Josh Wilson:

I’m more of a jokester-type guy. I’m going to throw a lot of jokes out there. I might catch you off guard, like my hand my accidentally slip and jam you in your throat. You have to do those type of things to just let you know that I’m here.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 10:57 Josh Wilson
10:57
[Comment From Snydro81Snydro81: ]

Think you could have tackled Earl Campbell?

Wednesday May 5, 2010 10:57 Snydro81
10:57
Josh Wilson:

Yeah, nobody can run without their shins.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 10:57 Josh Wilson
10:57
[Comment From GuestGuest: ]

hey josh, first of all, i just want to say you’re awesome. it’s always exciting watching you with the ball in your hands. second, what has been your favorite memory as a seahawk so far?

Wednesday May 5, 2010 10:57 Guest
10:59
Josh Wilson:

My favorite memory as a Seahawks so far was truthfully, probably the kickoff return my rookie year against the Rams. The longest run of my life that only counted for 89 yards. Also, I wasn’t supposed to catch the ball. Nate was supposed to catch it. So I actually got scolded at the sidelines after scoring. But it was my first touchdown and it definitely a memory I’ll never forget.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 10:59 Josh Wilson
10:59
[Comment From PrimeTimePrimeTime: ]

What you guys got planned for them rooks?

Wednesday May 5, 2010 10:59 PrimeTime
10:59
Josh Wilson:

No kiss and tell.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 10:59 Josh Wilson
10:59
[Comment From KaufmanKaufman: ]

Josh, who’s faster, you or Earl Thomas? How is the rookie looking? What are your impressions of him? He’s real young, but already looks like he’s going to be a playmaker.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 10:59 Kaufman
11:00
Josh Wilson:

I just want to say that there is no one faster than me on this team. He’s looking great. And he’s making me excited about playing with him this upcoming season.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:00 Josh Wilson
11:01
[Comment From DukeDuke: ]

It’s funny you mentioned Butler, Eric and I have gone back and forth about who’s faster between you two. I’ll let him tell you who he chose…

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:01 Duke
11:01
Josh Wilson:

Eric doesn’t know what he’s talking about. But you’re a wise man Duke.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:01 Josh Wilson
11:01
[Comment From GuestGuest: ]

Any tips you can give someone who wants to be ripped like you?

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:01 Guest
11:01
Josh Wilson:

Workout more, eat less.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:01 Josh Wilson
11:02
[Comment From JacDGJacDG: ]

Hey Josh, first off I’m a big fan of yours, and it’s fantastic that you are taking your time to do this. My question for you is, there’s been a lot of talk about your size, and that it isn’t “ideal” in a lot of the “experts” minds, is it something that you hear/have heard a lot about in your career, and if so were you tired of it? Did it make you want to become an even better player, to show them they were wrong in questioning you just because of your height?

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:02 JacDG
11:04
Josh Wilson:

Like I tell everybody, I’m happily 5-9 1/2. But if you want to me whatever size you want me to be, I can get two-inch heel lifts. I just want to point out also, to silence the critics, that I have a 6-foot arm length. You didn’t expect to hear that, right?

But regardless of height, I like to consider myself a football player. I’m not just a guy out there playing football. I know the game. I study the game. I make plays in the game.

If you want Kevin Durant to play corner for the Seahawks, get ready to hear the opposing team’s band striking up after every play.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:04 Josh Wilson
11:05
[Comment From fire38fire38: ]

josh,we all know you are an int to td type of player and now with earl back their we have two excellent playmakers.the only down fall from these scenario that i see is the physicality of the nfl receivers in which many tower over the smaller corners.will petes strategy benefit you and earl to be more physical without getting penalties.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:05 fire38
11:07
Josh Wilson:

Any guy that wants to talk about height or how you can’t be a certain height to cover in this league, just look at every team’s web site and see how talk the majority of the corners are in this league. But if you want somebody 6-0 instead of Antoine Winfield or Asante Samuels, I don’t think you would coaching long in this league. It’s not about height, it’s about playing football and playing the ball.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:07 Josh Wilson
11:07
[Comment From PrimeTimePrimeTime: ]

are you still doing work down at that boxing gym? if so? how difficult were the first couple weeks of that, and do you think it will translate to the field?

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:07 PrimeTime
11:08
Josh Wilson:

I’m not actually working out at that gym. I do the boxing workouts, and this football stuff is nothing compared to that. It’s a total body workout.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:08 Josh Wilson
11:09
[Comment From TylerTyler: ]

Josh, thanks again for taking time to chat with us. Do you have a game day routine? If you could briefly tell us what you do before you roll out of the tunnel on Sundays that be great.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:09 Tyler
11:10
Josh Wilson:

First, I’m always going to get up and eat eggs, grits and spaghetti. We don’t eat for a long time, so I need the carbs. And then go to the stadium, and I don’t listen to music because I like to stay in my regular, every day element. So I’m the one guy in the locker room still making jokes and acting like it’s a regular day. It’s helps me stay relaxed. With 60,000-plus fans yelling you can easily get too hyped up.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:10 Josh Wilson
11:11
[Comment From Snydro81Snydro81: ]

Beyonce or Rihanna?

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:11 Snydro81
11:11
Josh Wilson:

My wife

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:11 Josh Wilson
11:11
[Comment From Allen FAllen F: ]

How excited do you get when you get the call for the corner blitz?

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:11 Allen F
11:11
Josh Wilson:

I love it. It’s means they’re calling your number and it should open up for you. There’s nothing like the Red Sea opening up for you and the quarterback holding onto the ball for second too long.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:11 Josh Wilson
11:12
[Comment From Allen FAllen F: ]

How much pressure do you apply to the front seven to get pass rush? We all know how much an extra two or three seconds affects you guys.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:12 Allen F
11:13
Josh Wilson:

Not so much pressure, but incentive. I’m always a wash-your-car type of guy, just give me a batter ball. You guys flush this quarterback out of here, and I’m the guy who will shine your shoes.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:13 Josh Wilson
11:13
[Comment From PrimeTimePrimeTime: ]

What would be your strongest winter olympic event? I’d go with speed skating.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:13 PrimeTime
11:13
Josh Wilson:

Bobsleding. Cool Runnings.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:13 Josh Wilson
11:14
[Comment From Snydro81Snydro81: ]

What’s your favorite city for road trips? I’d guess Houston is one, am I right?

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:14 Snydro81
11:14
Josh Wilson:

Any time I get to see my family, so D.C. If I can get to the East Coast or anywhere close, they will make a way to get there.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:14 Josh Wilson
11:14
[Comment From ShastyShasty: ]

Just curious, what are some players you’ve covered who talk the most smack? I see you out there jawing sometimes but are you big on trash talking or is it all fun?

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:14 Shasty
11:15
Josh Wilson:

Fitzgerald is actually really friendly, and I think that’s his way of smack talking. He softens you up just before he goes over the top of the defense.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:15 Josh Wilson
11:15
[Comment From RayRay: ]

I know its early, but do you see the Chemistry in the locker-room and the field better or worse this year? (With a lot of new faces and competition…..and new coaching staff)

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:15 Ray
11:16
Josh Wilson:

It’s still early, but the secondary with Earl and Kam, they fit right in with what we have going on last year with Lawyer back, it’s kind of the same people. It’s not too different, every body is kind of just fitting in with us.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:16 Josh Wilson
11:16
[Comment From BenBen: ]

Why do people bring up height so much when they talk about Fitz? Last I checked nobody has really been able to single cover the guy, regardless of their height. Best of luck.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:16 Ben
11:18
Josh Wilson:

You’re my kind of guy Ben. I don’t know what everybody is talking about. He has great game against us, but you’ve got to know what are game plan is. And sometimes when you catch a 5-yard hitch, you’ve got to know what we gave up.

Every defense has a hole. So having a 10-catch game for 100 yards sounds great, but if we get the win, maybe that’s what we wanted to do. If you force the guy the ball, he’s eventually going to get some catches.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:18 Josh Wilson
11:18
[Comment From JakeJake: ]

Josh put us in the shoes of a rookie, what exactly was your experience like when you first came out of Maryland.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:18 Jake
11:20
Josh Wilson:

The shoes of a rookie, I mean everything is coming fast. You’re coming fresh out of college, and everybody is telling you that you are the greatest player in the world. To a locker room full of players who are more established than you. So as a veteran it’s my job to let you know — you’re not the greatest player in the world.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:20 Josh Wilson
11:20
[Comment From BenBen: ]

Do you think we have a chance to win the division?

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:20 Ben
11:21
Josh Wilson:

Everybody is undefeated right now, so everybody has an equal chance. It’s all about who wins the close games.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:21 Josh Wilson
11:21
[Comment From soggybucsoggybuc: ]

Hey Josh thanks for doing this for us. you rock. any recievers you’ve played who are the opposite of say TJ. never say a word and just quietly go about business?

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:21 soggybuc
11:22
Josh Wilson:

T.J. is a great guy. He’s not always not like that, as people may portray him. Wes Welker of course is the ultimate guy. He’s a hard worker, and probably the hardest guy you can draw.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:22 Josh Wilson
11:23
[Comment From JZulaskiJZulaski: ]

What was your 40 time, Josh?

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:23 JZulaski
11:24
Josh Wilson:

Junior year I ran for my junior pro day I ran a 4.25 hand-held time. Look it up. I ran a 4.35 at the combine. Anybody want to race?

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:24 Josh Wilson
11:24
[Comment From PrimeTimePrimeTime: ]

who’s faster? andy reid, mike holmgren, or bill parcells?

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:24 PrimeTime
11:24
Josh Wilson:

I’m going with the Big Show.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:24 Josh Wilson
11:25
[Comment From JakeJake: ]

Josh we all know the 12th man has the best fans but what stadiums have you played in that the sounds are comparable?

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:25 Jake
11:25
Josh Wilson:

I’ve never been in a stadium compared to the 12th man. There are a lot of stadiums opposite of the 12th man, but none comparable.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:25 Josh Wilson
11:25
[Comment From WALLAX2WALLAX2: ]

Are you the fastest because Seneca isn’t a Seahawk anymore?

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:25 WALLAX2
11:26
Josh Wilson:

I think he knows the answer to that question. Is this Seneca?

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:26 Josh Wilson
11:26
[Comment From JeffJeff: ]

You guys must be chomping at the bit to start winning again. Do you feel like that is a good possibility this year?

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:26 Jeff
11:27
Josh Wilson:

More than you can imagine. As a team just the mentality, there’s a lot of player here who have won all their life. We don’t understand losing, and those are the guys you want to be around .And that’s the mentality that Coach Carroll is bringing in here.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:27 Josh Wilson
11:27
[Comment From tcross12tcross12: ]

a lot of people say that you were better as a nickel corner rather than one on the outside, do you personally feel the same way?

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:27 tcross12
11:28
Josh Wilson:

I make plays where ever I am at on the field. And as long as I’m on the field, I don’t really care where I’m at. But I want to be on the field at all times.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:28 Josh Wilson
11:28
[Comment From tom pagetom page: ]

With over a hundred players at the last minicamp that seems weird for the NFL. Has it been odd with all the tryout players, etc that have been part of the first two minicamps?

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:28 tom page
11:28
Josh Wilson:

Yeah, it was.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:28 Josh Wilson
11:28
[Comment From DukeDuke: ]

What do you like to away from football to relax?

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:28 Duke
11:28
Josh Wilson:

Nothing. Play video games about football.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:28 Josh Wilson
11:29
[Comment From AzulAzul: ]

I love the confidence, Josh. Height don’t mean anything for a baller.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:29 Azul
11:29
[Comment From tom pagetom page: ]

We have played a lot of two deep the last few years, but it sounds like we are going to play more single deep with the strong safety in the box. Have you guys been working on that scheme more in practice?

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:29 tom page
11:29
Josh Wilson:

You work both. It’s just more about who you are playing against and what they like to do.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:29 Josh Wilson
11:29
[Comment From Snydro81Snydro81: ]

Who’s your best friend on the team?

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:29 Snydro81
11:30
Josh Wilson:

Surprisingly, Kelly Jennings. Bet y’all wouldn’t have guess that. We’re actually room mates on the road ever since my rookie year.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:30 Josh Wilson
11:31
[Comment From Allen FAllen F: ]

It seems like you would be perfect for a blitz happy team because your always blanketing your guy for a solid 3 to 4 seconds. If you were the defensive coordinator, what would you call on 3 and 6?

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:31 Allen F
11:31
Josh Wilson:

A Josh Wilson blitz.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:31 Josh Wilson
11:31
Josh Wilson:

Sack, recover it. Fumble. Touchdown.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:31 Josh Wilson
11:31
[Comment From StuartStuart: ]

Josh are you ready to be a lock down corner ? Are you ready to take this to the next level!!

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:31 Stuart
11:32
Josh Wilson:

I was born ready to be a lock down corner. Check my stats from last year.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:32 Josh Wilson
11:32
[Comment From soggybucsoggybuc: ]

Butter or sugar on yer Grits?

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:32 soggybuc
11:32
Josh Wilson:

Sugar.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:32 Josh Wilson
11:33
[Comment From AudibleAudible: ]

“My wife”…good call. Say hi to her for us if she’s there looking over your shoulder! lol

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:33 Audible
11:33
[Comment From KaufmanKaufman: ]

JW, you’re an exciting player to watch, but one thing I’ve noticed is that you seem to especially excel playing inside in the slot potion (nickel/dime packages). Any reason why? Does your quickness just measure up really well against shiftier slot receivers? You seem to get a lot of picks from that spot. How does that compare to playing on the outside?

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:33 Kaufman
11:35
Josh Wilson:

In the slot you have a little more freedom to kind of venture and play with the quarterback. For me it just happened that way. There are a lot more opportunities for the quarterback testing you. When you play a lot of two-deep, the quarterback is likely to throw inside. When you play a lot of three-deep, the quarterback throws a lot more on the outside.

Because we’ve played a lot more two-deep, I’ve gotten a lot more opportunities to make play on the inside.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:35 Josh Wilson
11:35
Josh Wilson:

Thanks for the questions guys. And let Eric know if anybody has challenged me to a race.

Wednesday May 5, 2010 11:35 Josh Wilson
11:35

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Eric Williams:

We are going to end things here. Thanks go to Josh for his time. And thank you all for being a part.

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