Heading in to the 2013 NFL season, the Cleveland Browns appear to be thrilled about the weapons they have in place for Brandon Weeden. It was tight end Jordan Cameron who first made the headlines after reports surfaced that the team planned to “target him a lot”. That news was followed by wide receiver Josh Gordon saying the Browns new offense would “shock defenses” and now we have positive information coming out about receiver Greg Little.
According to the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Little has been very well receptive to the Browns new offense and he is embracing the changes.
It was just a season ago that Little led the team with 53 catches and he could improve on that number this year.
With Josh Gordon as the clear cut No. 1 target for Weeden and demanding more attention, Little will generate the more favorable match ups. It will also help Little that the routes he will be running in Rob Chudzinski’s vertical offense will offer him a better chance to get open.
There is so much excitement over the Browns new offense that we can’t wait to see them take the field. It will be interesting to see if they can turn this hype in to actual production once the season begins.