April 30, 2010
Washington Spring Game Post-Game Quotes
Quarterback Jake Locker
On other guys shining in the spring game: "It's fun. When there are guys that are always working hard and doing the right things, I think rewarding them in a game like this is great to see."
On the tough defense he faced in the 1st half: "They did a good job. I thought our defensive pressure did well throughout the spring, especially up front. We lost our best guy up there and I think there are guys that are filling those roles and feeling comfortable there and doing a good job."
On his relationship with his receivers: "Really good, we have had two or three years to work together. They have gotten a lot better. They have a lot of game experience on Saturdays. I think having the rest of the summer and fall camp to work together is only going to be that much more comfortable with each other."
On getting out and making plays in space: "It felt good. It felt like high school kind of. Just using my athleticism and speed to get around the edge. This system isn't really designed for that so I was just kind of working with my talents. It was good."
Cornerback Anthony Boyles
On taking his offensive experience and using it on defense:
"It helps me a lot because I know concept of routes. If two receivers are on a side, there are only so many routes that they can do."
On his arrival as a defensive player: "It is. I had a great time. Hard work and dedication really pays off."
Defensive End Talia Crichton
On how good the defense can be:
"I think the defense has been solid. We are all good and we'll be good for the season."
Running Back Demitrius Bronson
Thoughts on how everything went:
"I thought it went well as a team. We all competed. We all worked to get better and better. Like I said we worked hard all fifteen days to get better and better. We ended spring ball on a good note to get ready for the reason.
On an adjustment in the running game plan at half:
"No [adjustment], we were just out here trying to have fun and get some plays out, have some guys running the ball."