LB Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah (10.13.21)

On Cardinals QB Kyler Murray’s quickness and how it stresses an opposing defense:

“Everybody is talking about it, the quickness. His ability to get from point A to point B, it will be tough to stop, but we are up to the challenge.”


On how difficult it is to also spy on Murray as well as Cardinals WR Rondale Moore, who is versatile offensively:

“You really spy on the entire offense. They have a very electrifying offense. It is going to be a tough task, but again, we are looking at the smallest details of it, focusing on us and being able to execute as best as we can.”


On sustaining a throat contusion on Sunday:

“It was probably early in the game – probably near the first series. Just my helmet kind of went into my neck and pushed it back a little bit. It was more precautionary after the game to go to the hospital and stay overnight, making sure that everything was OK, but I am good.”


On if he sustained the injury right before taking a knee on the sideline:

“Yeah, it was.”


On what it was like when he injured his throat:

“It was just uncomfortable for me at the time, but after a play or two, I was back in.”


On if he has ever had that happen before: