Dyami Brown - Commanders WR
After spending two seasons toiling mostly in obscurity in a talented Washington Commanders' wide receiver room, it looks like Dyami Brown may be putting it all together in Year 3.
The former third-round pick was the favorite target of new Commanders starting quarterback Sam Howell while the two were in college together at North Carolina. After struggling to see significant snaps over his first two pro seasons, Brown is poised to make an impact in 2023 with his old friend tossing him the pigskin.
Brown has come into his third training camp infinitely more confident. This was evidenced by the first few practices that saw the former Tar Heel deep threat making multiple catches down the field and on the sideline while showcasing his signature speed as well as some improved route running.
The young wideout's progression has unsurprisingly caught the attention of his head coach, with Ron Rivera singling out his pass catcher's positive performance via the team's website.
"I see Dyami more confident, more comfortable in his route running right now. He's more precise, he's sharper, and you see him going after the ball."- Ron Rivera via Commanders.com
If Brown can continue this momentum through preseason games and into the regular season slate, it gives the Commanders yet another weapon for new offensive mastermind Eric Bieniemy and his young quarterback in 2023.