Titans’ AJ Brown says “sky is the limit” in terms of his NFL future
Tennessee Titans wide receiver AJ Brown is not willing to put a cap on his potential.
Brown said during a Zoom call in May he wants to continue to grow and learn as much as possible, also saying he hopes to be able to dissect defenses and assess matchups (via Jim Wyatt of the team’s website):
“I think the sky is the limit for me to be honest,” Brown said. “I am great learner, and I am going to keep learning each and every day. There’s definitely a lot of things I can clean up. In year one, I was really just trying to play fast and not think about it too much. In year two I can really key in and focus what I really need to focus on and learn a lot more stuff in regard to coverages and everything else.
“(I want) to improve on everything. I want to be a complete, well-rounded football player.”
AJ Brown became Tennessee’s best receiving threat last season.
The 23-year-old proved to be an absolute burner, totaling 1,051 receiving yards on a whopping 20.2 yards per reception. AJ Brown also finished the year with eight touchdown receptions.
AJ Brown really developed a strong rapport with Ryan Tannehill down the stretch. He went for 605 yards and five touchdown catches over his final six games, though he had just five total receptions in three playoff games.
The Titans will undoubtedly continue to assert the run and feed rushing leader Derrick Henry this season. AJ Brown hopes to assert himself as a primary weapon, and in the process become one of the top receivers in football.