From the FanPosts. -Chris
Q: How was the rookie mini-camp and what did you expect?
WASHINGTON: “I did not know what to expect coming in to be honest. I expected to learn a lot of things and meet a lot of people. That is what happened to sum it all up. It was fun. We had a good time, but at the same time I know I am a long way away from where I need to be.”
Q: What was the message from the coaching staff this weekend?
WASHINGTON: “We need to get used to doing things the way the Chiefs do it. We have to get out of the old habits and get used to doing the new things.”
Q: Did some things shock you in mini-camp as you are making the transition to the NFL from college?
WASHINGTON: “I don’t think there was anything that really shocked me. With a different head coach there are different things he likes to do. It all boils down to doing what is right. At Ohio State you had to do things that were right under Coach (Jim) Tressel and here you have to do things that are right under Coach (Todd) Haley. There were not any shocking things.”
Q: Is the challenge harder because there are a lot of young corners on the team?
WASHINGTON: “Regardless if they are young or old, it is going to be a challenge. You are a professional athlete in the National Football League. Everybody is good no matter how old they are. It is just a matter of going out and competing. I don’t think age has anything to do with it.”