What were the main things teams wanted to talk to you about at the combine?
“Most of the stuff was character stuff, if I'm a good guy. If I really care about football or if I'm more interested in Twitter or actually playing football and being good at football.
“They wanted to know if I'm an alcoholic because I got a DUI or if I liked partying more than I liked football. Just that stuff, off-the-field stuff.
“I felt like I presented myself pretty well. I cut my hair and tried to take a business approach to everything, and I feel like teams have really seen that, and I feel like I'm mature enough to play in the NFL.”
Did those questions surprise you?
“Oh no. We prepared. I had like four or five hours of interview training and that's all we talked about, the character stuff.”
What do teams want to see more of from you?
“Every team tells me to get prepared to be pressed every play at the line of scrimmage. I've been working on a lot of MMA stuff in Los Angeles, hand fighting, trying to be more vicious at the line of scrimmage and be able to handle that stuff at the next level.”