Sheldon Richardson appeared perfectly at ease in front of the New York media, smiling and laughing as if he has done this hundreds of times before.
Playing in the spotlight of the big city? No big deal for one of the newest New York Jets.
"It's just conversation," the big defensive lineman from Missouri said Friday. "You just have to know how to answer questions and not give you guys too much to write."
Richardson, drafted No. 13 overall Thursday night, and Alabama cornerback Dee Milliner, taken ninth, were formally introduced at a news conference. While Richardson was drafted with the pick the Jets acquired from Tampa Bay for Darrelle Revis, Milliner will have the responsibility of trying to help replace the star cornerback.