Ooops. this has been Sam Seale. Sorry.
SS: He knows how to pass block. I'm sure that's one thing he has going for him.
SS: For a big man, he can bend and to play guard you have to bend.
SS: As a young man walking into NFL, you need to work on everything. The way he competes, I think that will help him. If he takes the coaching, he'll be fine.
SS: Has great feet. If you have feet, you have the ability to recover.
Will have these guys on the phone soon.
Like Sitton, Lang and Taylor?
No. 1 priority is protecting Rodgers. Always will be. They usually lean towards guys who can pass block better than run block.
Two fifths, a sixth and three sevenths.
Lane Taylor, Kentrell Brice, Reggie Gilbert, Geronimo Allison,
I don't know. There must be more to it.
He's big for a slot guy. I would guess he'll start outside and then they'll see. But ultimately Packers WRs have to play all over the place.
I am a fan of McCray. But he's so versatile, he's the kind of guy you want as your sixth man. You can do better physically. Hard to beat his heart though.
JM: Best feeling in the world to get that phone call, knowing someone believes in you. That's a feeling I'll never forget.
JM: Me playing receiver, catching balls from best QB in the NFL, I can't ask for a better situation.
JM on drops: I have to learn how to humble my eyes. A lot of my problems are dropping the easy balls, me trying to do womething before I get the ball. it's something I have to work on every time I go out there. It's a hiccup.
JM: I had never run 4.6 in my life. Really, when I went to the combine, not only did it put a fire on me, made me go harder at the combine the rest of the day. I know I play fast. Me running 4.6, that's fine. I bit that bullet and moved forward.
JM on visit to GB: I think best impression I made was me just being myself. Being a good person, with a good heart.
Two fifths at the end, a sixth and three sevenths.