With Odell Beckham Jr. now on the Cleveland Browns expectations have decreased a bit for Antonio Callaway but he still has high expectations for himself. Callaway was asked how he feels being behind Beckham and Jarvis Landry and although it might bother some, that isn't the case for the former Florida Gators star.

“I don’t pay attention to all that,” Callaway said after the Cleveland Browns’ third and final minicamp practice Thursday via Cleveland.com. “I’m used to being the underdog. I’ve got that underdog mentality.”

“I love it. I love being the underdog. I’ve always been the underdog.”

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Even though he is a bit of an underdog this season he has high expectations for how much production he can still put out.

“Big season,’’ he said. “A thousand yards.”

When asked about touchdowns he didn't shy away either.

“Ten. Ten or more,” he said. “Try anyway.”

Callaway knows that these are lofty goals but he said he works best when he has big goals in front of him and he is ready to have a big season. Callaway has looked strong this spring and coach Freddie Kitchen has taken notice.

“Antonio has had a great spring,” Kitchens said. “Everybody would agree, right? He’s been really, really good. I’m really excited about Antonio coming back. From a knowledge standpoint, from knowing what to do, when to do it and then actually doing it, he’s done very well.”

Last season as a rookie Callaway finished with 586 yards and five touchdowns so to make his prediction come true he just needs to double his output.