4 Commanders players who must hit the ground running at 2023 training camp

Dyami Brown
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Dyami Brown - Commanders WR

There won't be a better time for Dyami Brown to impose himself on the Washington Commanders. The physically gifted wide receiver has everything going for him and two more fascinating elements could work in the player's favor during a critical Year 3 of his tenure.

Brown has found targets hard to accumulate since entering the league as a third-round selection. Playing behind Terry McLaurin, Curtis Samuel, and Jahan Dotson has something to do with it, but one cannot look at his contribution so far with anything other than disappointment.

Still, all hope is not lost. Brown's reportedly benefitting enormously from Eric Bieniemy's presence according to Albert Breer of Sports Illustrated via USA Today Sports, with his former college quarterback Sam Howell and their previous connection also catching the eye during early offseason workouts.

"The new coordinator has brought an urgency and attention to detail and energy to the unit, with the message clear that every player has to prove himself all over again. In particular, it’s brought the best out in third-year receiver Dyami Brown (who had a great summer as a rookie, but got hurt and has been a little lost since), and excitement over what Bieniemy will be able to do with his tight ends after coaching Travis Kelce in Kansas City."

Albert Breer via USA Today Sports

Brown can carve out a bigger role for himself in 2023 if this continues throughout camp. And if anyone can find a way to maximize the athletic traits at his disposal, it's Bieniemy.