The Pittsburgh Steelers passing offense when healthy is as potent as any in the NFL, and with the receiving corps making ‘big strides’ by pass catcher Antonio Brown, the sky is the limit in 2016.
“I think we have taken some great strides,” said Brown, via Steelers.com.
“We still have a long way to go until the regular season starts. But for the most part we took some positive steps.”
“You have to be accountable to do it all,” said Brown. “You have to have versatility. You have to be able to go inside and outside. You have to have a big catch radius.”
“I always want to prepare even though I am not out there getting the reps,” said Brown. “I always want my body to be ready to go when it’s time to go. In a couple of weeks I am going to take all of the reps so I want to continue to keep my body ready, in condition even when I am not playing. I need to continue to keep my wind up and energy up. I want to be ready when it’s time to go.”