Rookie camp gave Arthur Smith a bit more, different work

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Like players waiting for their first meaningful snaps, Arthur Smith’s got to make the best use of his time before he gets to call plays in preseason games, reviewing those to help prepare for opening day in Cleveland.Smithrookiemini

In the first real glimpse of Smith working as the offensive coordinator, in a light blue windbreaker, he flapped his arms and motioned receivers about where to go and how to angle routes. One longer conversation before the start of one segment the media saw of Saturday’s rookie practice was with second-round pick A.J. Brown, the receiver who was, as he should have been, automatically, at the head of the line.

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