Here are a few football questions, a few camp questions, and a few life questions for linebacker Josh Keyes. You can listen to the full interview**HERE**.
DD: What's your best football trait?
Keyes: My speed.
DD: What's your most-improved football trait this offseason?
Keyes: My hands. Using my hands.
DD: Which of your teammates talks the most trash?
Keyes: B-Mac (Linebacker Benardrick McKinney) for sure. He's always talking about my hair, my arms. There's nothing wrong with my hair. My hair's fine.
DD: Who's your most underrated teammate?
Keyes: 'Drum. (Safety Kurtis Drummond) He's a leader out there. He's a real vet, and he's a leader out there.
DD: What do you eat for breakfast at camp?
Keyes: Eggs, toast and fruit. Pineapples and bananas.
DD: Who's your favorite retired NFL player?
Keyes: Michael Strahan. He was a great pass-rusher and he always hustled.
DD: What position did you play in high school?
Keyes: I was a running back. I think I'm number four on the (New York) all-state list.
DD: If you played in a high school game, right now, for your alma mater Chatham's current team, how many yards would you gain?
Keyes: 800 yards, easy.
DD: If you could play any other position in the NFL right now, what position would you play?
Keyes: I'd play corner. It's a really cool position. It's very swaggy and it looks like a lot of fun.
DD: Which teammate gets you the most amped up?
Keyes: (Linebacker) Dylan Cole, for sure. He's a cool guy.
DD: Which teammate calms you down the most?
Keyes: Dylan Cole! He's a really cool guy. I like Dylan Cole a lot. He's a great player and a great friend.
DD: How do pronounce your name?
Keyes: Kize. It's a "k" in front of "eyes".