The question was about his personal goals, not the team goals.
But Eli Apple chose to give a "we" answer before getting to the "me" answer.
"As a secondary, we want to be one of the best secondaries on the field," Apple said. "Me? I feel like the Pro Bowl. I feel like that's all attainable. I just have to be consistent and go out here and strive to be the best corner I can be every day."
That type of response perhaps wouldn't have been one most would have expected from Apple before his arrival in New Orleans.
This time last year, Apple was in East Rutherford, New Jersey, in OTAs with the New York Giants.
He was just a few months removed from a rocky second season in the NFL that included being suspended for the Giants' regular-season finale for getting into an argument with coaches about playing on a scout team.