New Orleans Saints rookie Seantavius Jones is a 6-foot-3, 200-pound undrafted free agent from Valdosta State. Jones played in 45 games with Valdosta State recording 149 receptions for 2,374 yards and 33 touchdowns. He was named All-Gulf South Conference first team in 2013 and 2012.
Did anybody tell you it was a bad year to be an undrafted rookie free agent wide receiver on this team?
"I mean there's competition on every team. It doesn't have anything to do with a first round pick here or at another team. It's competition, it's the NFL. You're always fighting for a spot."
You've become a fan favorite and people are paying attention to what you're doing every day. Is that something you have taken notice of?
"No I haven't really paid attention to it. I'm just trying to come out and get better every day and make a play."
How comfortable are you with the offense and this playbook?
"I'm actually getting very comfortable with it. It's coming easy to me. I see it, I got it."
Is there any similarity to what you ran in college?
"It's all new."
How have you been able to pick it up so quickly?
"I just study. You got to study."
Do you see this as a competition with Brandon Coleman? Do y'all work together, given the fact that you are both undrafted guys who came in together?
"We both know it's competition. At the end of the day, we know it's business. But that's my roommate at the same time, so we actually study together and help each other out. We do whatever we can to help each other out. We know it's competition though."
Is the scrimmage tomorrow an opportunity to show what you can do?
"Yes sir. It's a scrimmage. It's just like another game to me. Just like practice, you've got to take everything seriously. Every day is a business day."