Get to know more about tight end Vernon Davis as he responds to these two-minute drill questions!**
Q: When did you start working out?
A: I'd say about 8th grade. I bench pressed and did a lot of cardio – just regular stuff.
Q: When you think about your hometown of Washington D.C., what immediately comes to mind?
A: I think of it as the place where I developed my craft and skills. I also think of downtown Washington D.C., the Washington Monument and the Capitol Building.
Q: What would be your event if you were competing in the Summer Olympics?
A: I'd say diving. I used to do gymnastics and I can still do a back-flip.
Q: If you could travel to anywhere in the world, where would you go?
A: Brazil. I've never been, but I saw pictures of it online. It looks like a great place to travel to and visit.
Q: Who was your favorite professional athlete growing up?
A: I grew up looking up to guys like Shannon Sharpe, Deion Sanders, Jerry Rice, and Joe Montana – all the great ones.
Q: What word best describes you?
Q: When you go online, what is the first thing that you do?
A: I go to my website, VernonDavis.net.
Q: What is your secret talent?
A: Painting. One of my most recent projects I call it "Happy Hour." It originates from African art. It has people dancing all over the place. I like to go to museums whenever I get a chance.
Q: What is something that you're awful at?
Q: What CD is in your car right now?
A: Lil Wayne, Tha Carter 3.
Q: What was the last movie you saw on DVD or in theatres?
A: *Talladega Nights… I like to go fast!
Q: What would be your perfect meal?
A: Baked chicken, asparagus, a baked potato, and a Caesar salad.
Q: What is your favorite thing to do with your family?
A: Go to dinner or go out to the movies.
Q: What is the best football movie of all-time?
A: The Comebacks. It's really funny.
Q: What is your most cherished possession at your house?
A: My Bentley – I can't leave home without it.