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Drew's Dougherty Dozen: 12Q w/FB Jay Prosch

Here are a few football questions, a few camp questions, and a few life questions for fullback Jay Prosch. You can listen to the full interview**HERE**.

DD: What's your best football trait?

Prosch: My toughness. My strength.

DD: What's your most-improved football trait this offseason?

Prosch: I would say my movement. I worked on my hips a lot this offseason. That's something that (Director of Sports Performance) Luke (Richesson) does with us a lot.

DD: Which teammate talks the most trash?

Prosch: (TE) Jordan Thomas. He's a talker. But he's a motivator, too.

DD: Which teammate gets you most pumped up?

Prosch: (Offensive lineman) Greg Mancz. He's been breaking us down. He broke us down the past two weeks before the game and he's been getting really, really intense with it. It's nice to see some passion. It gets everybody going.

DD: Which teammate calms you down the most?

Prosch: (Safety) Dre Hal. He's composed. He's not too much of a screamer. When he's on the field, he gets things done. When I see Dre, I know everything's okay.

DD: How cool has it been to see him around practice and the games?

Prosch: He's got his stuff together. He's a man with a mission and he's an inspiration to us all.

DD: Who has the best hair on the team?

Prosch: I would say (linebacker) Ben Heeney, but he cut it. So, right now I'd have to say (tight end MyCole) Pruitt. He let it loose a few days ago. It kind of shocked everbody.

DD: Who's the best dresser on the Texans?

Prosch: I guess I'd have to say (quarterback) Deshaun (Watson). I don't know if I understand his style completely, but he definitely goes all out and I can appreciate it.

DD: What do you eat for breakfast at camp?

Prosch: Eggs, hash browns, a couple of pieces of bacon and some oatmeal.

DD: If you could play any other position in the NFL, what would you play?

Prosch: I think I would really enjoy playing quarterback. Because I'm a guy who doesn't really get the ball much. I don't really get a lot of the spotlight. So I think it would be a lot of fun to touch the ball every play, make decisions that affect the game.

DD: Who's your favorite retired NFL player?

Prosch: Brian Urlacher. I looked up to him and enjoyed watching him play.

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