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The Cleveland Browns offense boasts a lot of top-tier talent, including Baker Mayfield, Odell Beckham Jr., Jarvis Landry, and Kareem Hunt. This type of talent will create plenty of opportunities for the other players on the offense, including Antonio Callaway.
A lot of focus will be put on the biggest stars on the offense, leaving space for the other players to make plays, such as Callaway. Callaway showed flashes during his rookie season and could take his game to the next level in 2019.
Callaway was forced into being one the Browns’ biggest offensive threats in 2018, even if he was not completely ready for the role. But Callaway has a chance to excel in a role that he is expected to be given in 2019.
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Today’s featured article looks at how Callaway’s speed will allow him to use another dynamic that could help him pick apart opposing defense’s in 2019.
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"Todd Monken’s offense will use his vertical threat plenty, and Callaway’s ability to have an answer off that vertical threat with the slant route is that much more important.Expectations are high, but Callaway has the ability to meet them head on. Expect the Browns to use him for plenty of big play opportunities in 2019."
At times during last season, Callaway was being used similarly to how a No. 1 wide receiver would be used, but he did not wilt in that role. Callaway has the ability to be a threat in an offense, and being used in a lesser role with less attention could help him shine in 2019.
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"“Anthony Davis went to the Lakers. Kawhi went to the Clippers,” Morgan said. “And Odell Beckham Jr. went from my Giants to the Browns. And Odell is sitting there like acting like it was a great idea. The only reason people leave New York for Cleveland is because they are in witness protection.”"
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