Cleveland Browns’ Brian Robiskie Should See More Playing Time This Season

June 1, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Cleveland Browns picked wide receiver Brian Robiskie in the early rounds of the 2009 NFL Draft at 36th overall.
Even though he didn’t see much playing time last season for the Browns, is the former Ohio State player now ready to see more time on the field, and be a greater contributor to the team?
According to Browns head coach Eric Mangini in a press conference last Thursday, “I thought so far, Brian Robiskie has had an outstanding camp.”
Mangini told the media that he believes Robiskie had improved greatly since last season, which may be because he and the other coaches can now build on, and expand what Robiskie learned last season in the 11 games he played to haul in seven receptions for 106 yards.
“I think it’s a lot like quite a few of the younger guys. It’s not, ‘Where am I? What am I doing?' It’s, 'I remember this. I remember the technique that I have to do,’" Mangini said. "You can start to develop it...

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