Naaman Roosevelt Interview
By: Scott Porter
March 15, 2010
Scott Porter: What would you tell the people who downgrade you as a WR because of the level of competition you played against?
Naaman Roosevelt: I would say no matter the level of competition, football is football. If you are good at it (then it does not matter).

Scott Porter: What are your biggest strengths?
Naaman Roosevelt: My understanding of the game. Being a quarterback in high school helped me learn the game.

Scott Porter: What did Turner Gill mean to you and the Buffalo program?
Naaman Roosevelt: When coach Gill recruited me, he really made me believe that he could change the Buffalo program. He made the team believe that we could play with anybody in the nation.

Scott Porter: What NFL player reminds you of yourself?
Naaman Roosevelt: I think Reggie Wayne because he is just so smooth with his route running.

Scott Porter: What was your experience playing football at Buffalo like?
Naaman Roosevelt: It was a great experience playing at Buffalo. Great coaches and great players.

Scott Porter: What is the toughest part about playing wide receiver?
Naaman Roosevelt: Learning how to run routes the right way and understanding where you need to be on the field.

Scott Porter: What type of a person is an NFL team getting in Naaman Roosevelt?
Naaman Roosevelt: A person that will work hard and give a team everything I have.

Scott Porter: What are your goals for the NFL?
Naaman Roosevelt: To make a team and help them in any way I can.





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