There is plenty of praise going around for KeeSean Johnson:
“So far, early on, KeeSean Johnson has looked fantastic,” general manager Steve Keim told the NFL Network Sunday. “He’s a guy that I think could break out as a rookie.”
“He’s picked up the system really, really quickly,” coach Kliff Kingsbury said. “He’s a smooth route runner. We knew that coming out. We thought he was one of the top two pure route runners in the draft and it shows. He can get in and out of breaks, he has great hands and he makes competitive catches as you’ve seen throughout the first couple of plays.”
Most beat writers who have chimed in have KeeSean Johnson as their No. 3 receiver behind Larry Fitzgerald and Christian Kirk. Arizona will run plenty of wide receiver sets that will get Andy Isabella and others involved, but the No. 3 job is going to see more overall work and should be coveted in this offense for fantasy.