Bengals | Antonio Bryant feels he is picking up the offense
Cincinnati Bengals WR Antonio Bryant said learning the team's offense has gone well so far, reports Joe Reedy, of The Cincinnati Enquirer. He credits offensive coordinator Bob Bratkowski with helping him adjust. In seven previous seasons, Bryant has had eight offensive coordinators and 13 quarterbacks on four teams, so learning a new system and adjusting to a new quarterback isn't anything new for him. Bryant said he is a visual learner and Bratkowski is doing a good job of laying out film on certain plays. "It's a lot easier understanding it when you're running it against someone," Bryant said. He also feels working with QB Carson Palmer will help him elevate his game. "With him, it's about precision and timing, and that will help me pick my game up. That's something I have lacked for the most part everywhere I've been," Bryant said. "I know what to expect because it's been consistent so far."
2010-05-16 07:14:56 | Source:
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