1) DD: What's your best football trait?
Bademosi: My speed is definitely something that's elite, I think. So that's a good trait of mine.
2) DD: What's your one, "must-pack" item for training camp?
Bademosi: I brought a book with me. It's called "Becoming". It's a good one.
3) DD: Which teammate talks the most trash?
Bademosi: I talk a lot of trash. I don't know who can match my tempo. But I would say me.
4) DD: Anybody on this team you talk with most trash with?
Bademosi: Me and (QB) Deshaun (Watson) tend to have conversations. He says 'This is the mike', and sometimes I want to be the mike. So I'll say 'No. I'M the mike!' Or I'll see he's scanning the field and looks what the corners are doing and I'll make eye contact with him. We'll have our little side conversations.
5) DD: What do you eat for breakfast at camp?
Bademosi: Scrambled eggs, oatmeal, fruit, water, maybe some tea.
6) DD: Who's your favorite retired NFL player?
Bademosi: Wow, that's tough. Darrell Green. He's from Houston. Played for the Redskins for maybe 20 years. Hall of Famer. I'd also say, Jackie Slater. Both great football players, but also great men, that I've met. Ed Reed. I'm a Maryland guy, so I loved watching him play for years, and he's a great man as well. Too many to name.
7) DD: Who has the best hair on the team?
Bademosi: The wide receivers coach. Yes, John Perry has the best hair on the Texans.
8) DD: Who's the tidiest Texan?
Bademosi: I don't look at his locker, but I look at what he's wearing, and he's pretty clean. Deshaun.
9)DD: Who's the messiest Texan?
Bademosi: When I come in the building my locker is clean. During the middle of the day, there might be a couple of things here and there, but I try to clean it up by the end of the day.
10)DD: Which teammate gets you most pumped up?
Bademosi: (DB) A.J. Moore. He's making plays and I'm excited for him. When I make plays he's excited for me. We're pretty close buddies.
11) DD: Which teammate calms you down the most?
Bademosi: (CB) Aaron Colvin. We talk about everything. From ball to life to family. To what we're thinking. To what we might have done on our time off. We just have a lot of great conversations.
12) DD: Where did you go on your time off?
Bademosi: I got to spend a lot of time at home. I was born in Washington, DC. Grew up in Silver Spring, Maryland. So I went back to my high school, Gonzaga College High School and spent some time there. Got to see some of my old coaches and teachers, so I was excited about that.
BAKER'S DOZEN) DD: What was your favorite TV show when you were growing up?
Bademosi: I loved 'Rugrats'.
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