I know my role and my role is to block. So, I really try to focus on that and do the best I can. It try to hit somebody hard on every play.

That's what I get paid to do so I take a lot of pride in it.

I mean, I don't hate the kid.

At the same time, I'm not going to be a jerk to him.

On the other side, it's a competition and I think that always make you better.

I was like, 'OK, Joey, they're probably telling you something.' I thought I would have to step up my game a little bit.

[But his trepidation passed quickly, and Goodspeed pondered the positive side.] I was like, 'OK, I'll have another fullback at camp to give me a little competition. And anytime you have competition, it makes you play better,' ... So, it works both ways.

[Goodspeed's challenger is Madison Hedgecock, a seventh-round pick out of North Carolina.] He's doing well, but he still has a lot to learn, ... This is not a very easy offense.

If he has a question, I'll answer it. But ... he's trying to take my job. I'm not going to be mean to the kid, but I'm not going to tell him my secrets, either.