The Browns receiving corps is being talked about as a top five unit in the league.
For that to happen, first thing first: Josh Gordon must stay eligible.
Jarvis Landry has to stay healthy and produce like he did with the Dolphins the past four years.
And finally, a third receiver has to emerge.
Former first-round pick Corey Coleman looks as if he’ll get another chance to prove himself, but Antonio Callaway‘s debut is the one Browns fans should be looking forward too, especially after he drew glowing reviews following mini-camp.
The Browns took a chance on Callaway, who brings a lot of baggage and a checkered past to the organization. Callaway didn’t play college football last season as he dealt with off the field issues.
Callaway showed good sideline awareness during rookie mini-camp, and while impressive, it will be another thing when the defense is aloud to hit him.