Get to know more about defensive lineman Ron Fields as he tackles this two-minute drill! **
Q: What was the best advice you ever received?
A: My coaches and parents used to say, "It's not how you start, it's how you finish."
Q: When you think about your hometown of Bogalusa, Louisiana, what immediately comes to mind?
A: A stanky paper mill and that it's hot.
Q: What was the best nickname ever given to you?
A: My parents called me Ron Ron, like Run Run, because I used to run over people.
Q: Who was your favorite pro sports franchise growing up?
A: The New Orleans Saints. I always went with the home team when I was young.
Q: What was the first job you ever had?
A: Construction work with my dad.
Q: Who was your sports idol growing up?
A: Bruce Smith of the Buffalo Bills
Q: What is your secret talent?
A: I'm a comedian. Sometimes I have a couple of jokes.
Q: If you could be on the cover of any magazine what would it be?
A: Husky Men of the Week. I would make it myself and put myself on the cover and represent for all the big men.
Q: What was your favorite birthday that you received last year?
A: The fruit basket my girl sent me.
Q: What is the CD that is in playing in your car right now?
A: Scarface – all of his stuff.
Q: What is one thing you can't live without?
Q: If you could steal a move from your former teammate Bryant Young what would it be?
A: He's got a mean club move. I've seen him knock people up off the ground.
Q: Before you go on the field, what is the last song you listen to?
A: I usually slow it down, because you're hyped enough when you get out there. I listen to a gospel song called, "The Storm is Over Now."
Q: What is your favorite food from back home?
A: Gumbo. I could eat that all day. It's better when its home made. I either have my mom or my sister make it.
Q: What is your favorite thing to do with your family?
A: Just hang out and talk. I do a lot of family things. We usually all hang out and barbecue.
Q: The best football movie of all-time is?
A: *The Program.
Q: What is your most cherished possession in your house?
A: A picture of my grandmother that passed away. I wouldn't be worried about losing anything else because most things can be replaced, but that's a memory of her that's important to me.
Q: If you could be a spokesperson for any company what would it be?
A: Maybe water. I would make it sound tasty even though it doesn't taste like anything.