Browns rookie WR Josh Gordon continues to impress writes Tony Grossi of ESPN Cleveland.
"I've been down this road before," WR coach Mike Wilson noted. "I coached Tim Brown with the Raiders. I had Larry Fitzgerald and Anquan Boldin in Arizona three years. I played withJerry Rice. Talent is talent. He has unlimited potential. It will come out in due time. He's not going to master it in one day. ... Right now he's just getting over a slight [quad injury] and we're being cautious with him. Once his body's well, then we'll really hone in on it. Big body, nice hands, very smooth athlete, catches the ball well. Watching his cut-up tape from college, he's a playmaker. He has the ability to stretch the field vertically. He uses his hands to catch. This was really a bonus for us."
"He's really good. He's strong," No. 1 CB Joe Haden quipped. "He has no problem getting off the line on press coverage. I think the only thing is making all of his routes look the same. Making his comebacks look like his fades or his digs, or come out of his breaks fast. He's definitely looking good for only his second day out here."