Vincent Brown playing fast and confident in OTAs

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Nov 17, 2013; Miami Gardens, FL, USA; San Diego Chargers wide receiver Vincent Brown (86) makes a catch against the Miami Dolphins at Sun Life Stadium. The Dolphins won the game 20-16. Mandatory Credit: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports

It’s possible that Vincent Brown just needed to get comfortable with the offense before he started producing. He might have needed the experience from his first season in the offensive system in order to get a better understanding on the plays and of the offense.

Maybe he just needed to study his playbook a little more. There were a number of times that he was on a different page from Philip Rivers last season.

Whatever he needed, it sounds like he was able to make a step forward in his progress. From the reports out of OTAs, Brown looks more confident in his routes and he is looking forward to making an impact this season according to ESPN reporter Eric Williams. The report even mentions that Brown is pushing Keenan Allen for minutes.

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  • tonyloc1970 .

    I hope V. Brown has a huge year along with Floyd, Royal and Allen. Bolt up!

  • CHAAAAAAARGE!!!

    He definitely needed the time to heal from that terrible ankle break playing that preseason against the Cowboys in 2012… The year VJ left.

    • Stefanie Smith

      I think you are right. Look at other guys in the NFL. Yeah, they come back quick, but they are tentative–hesitant because they are not fully healed. It appears that now Brown feels healthy and ready to go

      • Diegoblue

        Lets all hope so

  • jcrisp

    I keep hearing reports about how good he is and how he is flying under the radar but I want to see this translate onto the field so bad. It is time I see this for myself.

  • Lee

    Jesus. That article makes it seem like our receivers will be a force to be reckoned with

  • Stefanie Smith

    Depth! Switch them around… confuse the opponent. It is fantastic. I love these guys.

  • Bolty

    He’d better get separation and run the correct routes this year! He has a lot of competition this year and he knows it. It’s a contract year so play with abandon V. Brown. It’s make it or break it time. And why can’t Tutu see the field more offensively?!? And let’s give Inman an honest chance to make the team too! Remember Reich, two TE sets are goooood! Get L. Green on the field more for Christ sakes!

    • Trey P

      Tutu is just not that Good. He’s just one of those players that can get at keast one play a gamr not several if another Wr steps up Tutu will be the first.to go

      • Bolty

        What do you base your opinion on? Tutu has always stepped up and performed well when asked by the Chargers from the day he got here until now. Plus, he’s great on special teams as everyone knows.

        • http://www.BoltBeat.com/ Peter Thompson

          The fact that he has been on multiple squads, and never risen past a stand in receiver that can play special teams. Not downplaying his amazing walk off catch in KC, but he only had two other catches all season.

      • http://www.BoltBeat.com/ Peter Thompson

        Completely agree, and thank you for saying it. We don’t always agree, but I’m with you 110% here.

        • Trey P

          You right about that lol..

  • Trey P

    Yeah hes really pushing Allen for minutes in ota’s lol. I caint stand off season football or articles!!!!

  • http://www.BoltBeat.com/ Peter Thompson

    Well.. what do you now about that? I remember someone saying he was going to have a break out season, and was probably just rusty . Who was that guy?