Here are a few football questions, a few camp questions, and a few life questions for offensive lineman Zach Fulton. You can listen to the full interview**HERE**.
DD: What's your one, "must-pack" item for training camp?
Fulton: My Xbox. Gotta have a little bit of time to unwind a little bit, you know?
DD: What's your best football trait?
Fulton: My toughness. Whenever things don't go my way, I don't let it affect me. I just keep on going to the next play.
DD: What's your most-improved football trait this offseason?
Fulton: Just the knowledge of the game. Knowledge of the playbook. It's a new team. A new everything for me, basically. Just getting that down as quickly as I did is pretty cool to me.
DD: Which teammate gets you most pumped up?
Fulton: (OL Greg) Mancz. Mancz is really amped up all the time. He's just amped up for practice, always moving around, yelling.
DD: Which teammate calms you down the most?
Fulton: No single guy, honestly. Just the rest of the offensive line, including Mancz. We all have a pretty similar demeanor and personality.
DD: Who's your most underrated teammate?
Fulton: Julién Davenport. He's got so much potential to be great, so I'm excited to see what he does this year.
DD: What do you eat for breakfast at camp?
Fulton: Oh, every day, three eggs scrambled, a little bit of cheese, a little bit of bacon. Maybe some type of pancake or something. Every day.
DD: What's the best part of camp?
Fulton: The camaraderie that you build on with the guys. Everybody knows that when you get to training camp, it's a grind. Practice all the time. But you build relationships, you get to know the guys a little bit better one-on-one.
DD: Who has the best hair on the team?
Fulton: Probably 'Hop (WR DeAndre Hopkins) or (WR Will) Fuller. Dreads are cool.
DD: Who's your favorite retired NFL player?
Fulton: Honestly, I don't really have one. Growing up, I didn't really watch football.
DD: What's the toughest part of training camp?
Fulton: Being in one location for a consecutive amount of days and not getting to see your family.
DD: Do you send postcards from camp, and if you do, who gets them?
Fulton: I would probably send it back to my girlfriend back home. There's no reason to send a postcard. It's cute, though.