Here are a few football questions, a few camp questions, and a few life questions for tight end Ryan Griffin. You can listen to the full interview**HERE**.
DD: What's your best football trait?
Griffin: My versatility. I have a chance to line up at a lot of different positions and I take pride in that.
DD: What's your most-improved football trait this offseason?
Griffin: My footwork. I've really been dialed in on my steps and muscle-memory and how to block a 9-technique to a 6-technique.
DD: Which teammate talks the most trash?
Griffin: I like when 'Hop (WR DeAndre Hopkins) gets going. It's not very often but when 'Hop gets going it seems like our offense is moving at a quicker pace.
DD: Who's your most underrated teammate?
Griffin: Probably (punter) Shane Lechler. This guy, day in day out works like he's a rookie, even though it's Year 19 for him. I'm really happy he's on my team.
DD: Which teammate calms you down the most?
Griffin: D-Wat (QB Deshaun Watson) for sure. He's so laser-focused you can't help but to get locked in with him.
DD: What's your perfect breakfast?
Griffin: Probably the pregame meal. I just have my omelette. A little Western. Some ham, peppers, and mushrooms, and get to work.
DD: Who's your favorite retired NFL player?
Griffin: How about Ben Coates or Drew Bledsoe? All those old Patriots. I was a big Pats fan back in the day. Ty Law. Lawyer Milloy. Willie McGinest.
DD: You grew up in New England, but did you ever like any non-Patriots players?
Griffin: I was a fan of Steve McNair. I know he was an Oiler.
DD: If you could communicate with all the animals on Earth, or speak every human language, which would you choose?
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