HN: Definitely. He's a great player. I just want to make sure I can keep up with him.
You played rugby at Highland High School in Salt Lake City. How does that background help you in football?
HN: Open-field tackling—because there's no blocking in rugby, and you always have to open-field tackle. I don't think running backs and QBs can shake me as well as they can other D-linemen.
DP: I weigh 207 pounds. How many times could you bench-press me?
HN: Probably 40, 45 times.
You're pretty soft-spoken. Do you ever get really upset?
HN: Of course. I hate when O-linemen block me.
If you were mad, would I know by your words or your actions?
HN: Probably something I'd do, because I'm not really good with words.
What if I went at your knees?