Browns' Antonio Callaway: One target in rookie debut
Callaway was on the field for just 15 of Cleveland's 89 offensive snaps and drew just one target during Sunday's 21-21 tie with the Steelers.
The rookie wideout -- who was originally listed ahead of Josh Gordon and Rashard Higgins on the depth chart -- was the clear No. 4 receiver Week 1. Gordon logged 69 snaps and Higgins played 54 to Callaway's 15. While Callaway has higher upside than Higgins due to the big-play ability he showed in college, it doesn't look like he'll be given many opportunities to showcase his talents any time soon.
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