Comments from Carolina Panthers head coach John Fox following the team's Fan Fest practice at Bank of America Stadium.
On why a number of players, like wide receivers
On what the players get out of Fan Fest: It's a first little taste. It's a little sliver of what it's going to really be like. It's a good way to ease into it. They get to come into a stadium with fans here and kind of see what it's like - the pressure of a real game, partially. So from that standpoint it's more game-like.
On if he was pleased with how the defense practiced: Yeah. Most camps this time of year the defense is usually a little bit ahead. But there were some guys (Muhsin Muhammad, Steve Smith,
On if anybody stood out: I thought guys played hard. I thought we tackled pretty well. Individually, I don't have anybody that really stood out.
On his assessment of where the team is one week into training camp: This was just a little bit of a taste. It wasn't a whole lot of playing time. I like the way the guys are working. I think some of the basics - we are blocking and tackling pretty well at this point. We've got a lot of work yet before we get to that first preseason game.
On what grade he would give the team after one week of training camp: It's hard to measure. We've gotten better. That's the key. I look for improvement every day and I thought we got better today.
On the progress toward replacing injured defensive tackle
On why safety