During a break in a recent practice, offensive coordinator Todd Haley and wide receiver Antonio Brown went over to one of the practice fields that wasn’t in use, and spent about 10 minutes together, talking, working on routes.
“We were just going through the mindset of what he is thinking,” said Brown. “He is a great offensive coordinator and we were going over some things that can make me better, things I can add to my arsenal to make me better.”
Brown said that although they didn’t spend a lot of time working one-on-one, the time they did have was valuable.
“It definitely helps,” said Brown. “If you are on the same page thinking what your offensive coordinator is thinking, he understands what you are doing it’s perfect. Being on the same page and working together as a corporation is a key on a team.
“We have been talking a lot about developing some of the routes. Having a moment with him where we can just talk about our thoughts was really good. I learned a lot from that little bit of time.”
Brown said that he feels comfortable in Haley’s offense and with Mike Wallace still not in camp he is ready to do whatever is asked of him.
“No matter who is here, or not, I have to be available, willing and capable to come through in situations for the team,” said Brown. “We can only focus on who is here right now and what is important.”
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