Miller (hamstring) was one of several Buccaneers skill-position players to work out with Tom Brady at Berkeley Preparatory School on Tuesday, Rick Stroud and Joey Knight of the Tampa Bay Times report.

Miller's participation in the workout, which was apparently organized and coordinated by Brady, is reason for optimism on a couple of fronts. One, it's encouraging the second-year receiver is apparently recovered enough from the hamstring injury that cut short his 2019 season to run routes at this point. Additionally, any on-field time Miller can spend with Brady in the absence of normal OTAs is naturally beneficial, as the speedy receiver will be vying to secure the No. 3 wideout job this summer now that Breshad Perriman is in New York. Miller was just starting to show flashes last season when he went down in Week 15 versus the Lions, and he should face stiff competition from rookie fifth-round pick Tyler Johnson and third-year pro Justin Watson in training camp and preseason.

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