Physically, little has changed.
But now, as he displayed throughout the Browns offseason program, the fourth-round wide receiver is moving with a purpose. The 6-foot-2, 215-pound pass-catcher is maximizing those abilities one year after the sometimes overwhelming transition to the NFL got the best of him at times.
“I’m just a lot more confident in knowing what I have and command of the offense,” Louis said. “I know the offense a lot more now than I did last year so once I hear the play and I know exactly what to do, I can play even faster because the DB doesn’t know what I am going to do, so they can’t stop me.”
With injuries limiting
No matter the route or play, Louis showed a sense of comfort that wasn’t attainable as a relatively raw rookie. The former high school quarterback wasn’t an every-down receiver at Auburn and readily admits he’s still learning some of the finer points of the position. He caught 18 passes for 205 yards last season, the majority of which coming when he filled in for an injured Corey Coleman during the first half of the season.
That aspect of his development is ongoing, but it’s now accompanied with the valuable experience he gained last season.
“He has really improved,” Browns coach Hue Jackson said….
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