DENVER, CO - JANUARY 1: Champ Bailey #24 of the Denver Broncos breaks up the catch by Jonathan Baldwin #89 of the Kansas City Chiefs at Sports Authority Field at Mile High on January 1, 2012 in Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Garrett W. Ellwood/Getty Images)
Adam Teicher (Kansas City Star): Talk about the catch you made in practice today?
Jonathan Baldwin: "We always want to go make the play. I just want to make every play that I possibly can and I was fortunate to make that play today."
Josh Looney (KCChiefs.com): It kind of looked like a basketball alley-oop play. Is that what it felt like?
Baldwin: "It was kind of like that, but you just have to continue to build off every day, so it's a stepping stone. Just need to keep on building and keep improving every day."
Teicher: How did today's catch compare to last year's catch against Denver that got called back because of a penalty?
Baldwin: "Well, they were both pretty good catches, but like I said, you've got to move on now and get ready for the next day."
Adam Teicher (Kansas City Star): Do you think in a jump-ball situation Jon Baldwin is going to win it?
Matt Cassel: "I like to think so. He's a guy that likes to go up and compete. Again, he's a big body. This kid is all of 6-4 and he can jump. He's a guy that's going to go out and compete. There are not a lot of players that can go up vertically with him and stay with him."
Josh Looney (KCChiefs.com): In that instance you were just throwing the ball up to him?
Cassel: "In that situation what you're trying to do is mock an end-of-the-game situation. Every time the situation changes we have timeouts, sometimes we don't, and other times we need a touchdown. So, we're trying to take a shot in a one-on-one opportunity."