Q: Did you spend much time with the Chiefs before the draft?
RODNEY HUDSON: "I did some at the Combine."
Q: You didn't come to Kansas City at all?
HUDSON: "No sir."
Q: Does this surprise you at all that you wound up here?
HUDSON: "I don't know if it surprised me, I am just excited for the opportunity."
Q: What do you know about the offensive line situation here?
HUDSON: "I don't know anything particularly, I am just trying to come in there and work hard."
Q: What position do you feel is best for you in the NFL, guard or center?
HUDSON: "I don't know. Whatever the coaches ask me to do I am just going to put all of my effort into it and be the best that I can."
Q: Which position do you play best?
HUDSON: "I played left guard at Florida State the most, I have been a four-year starter. I feel like I could play center also. Like I said, I am just going to come in and whatever they ask me to play, do it to the best of my ability."
Q: I read that you worked at a KFC to support your family. Can you tell me a little bit about that?
HUDSON: "Well, my mom was a single parent and my brother went off to college so it was just me and my mom. I got a job and helped out a little bit with some smaller bills."
Q: How long did you work there?
HUDSON: "From 11th till I went to college, so probably a year and a half to two years."
Q: So what did you do?
HUDSON: "I cooked."
Q: So do you cook pretty good chicken?
HUDSON: "Oh yeah, oh yeah, oh yeah."
Q: How do you feel about having done that? Do you look back on that proudly?
HUDSON: "Yeah, it made me a better man. It made me grow up. I took on a lot of responsibility at a young age and it helped me out. It helped me become what I am today."
Q: What is your playing weigh right now?
HUDSON: "I played at Florida State at 285."
Q: Do you want to stay at that weight or bring that up or down? What are they telling you?
HUDSON: "I haven't heard anything specifically yet but whatever they ask me to be, that is what I am going to be."