Chase Brown
Year 2 for Andrei Iosivas and Chase Brown Looks Promising
5 days ago

Spending the off-season with renowned receiver coach Drew Lieberman, Iosivas and Brown showing great development and big leaps.

“I would say Andrei and Chase made the fastest improvement of any players I’ve ever had in the program of 15 years doing this. This is year seven at the NFL level,” Lieberman said. That’s a very big compliment coming from Lieberman, someone who has trained with the likes of Brandon Aiyuk and Evan Engram. Chase Brown’s biggest role and chance to handle more snaps away from Zack Moss, the receiving aspect will be paramount. Brown comes into the season as the backup but should see an increase on the field with plenty of high praise from Lieberman. “Chase looked like a running back when I started with him,” Lieberman said, “like an uncoordinated route runner. Now this guy looks like a starting slot receiver in the NFL.”

 

Andrei Iosivas will look to make his mark this off-season to have the chance to get on the field and possible slot play while fending off rookie Jermaine Burton. Chase being the backup and handcuff to Zack Moss, has a stronger value in redraft than Iosivas but something everyone needs to keep an eye on. There are 98 targets up for grabs since Tyler Boyd signed with the Titans.