If you have been at Arizona Cardinals training camp and you weren't a big time Arizona Cardinals fan, you would notice something. The guy wearing number 11 looks like the third best receiver on the field. That doesn't mean he is, but based on what we have seen, that is how it would appear.
We have all heard about the John Brown hype and he has put on a show.
Another player who has looked absolutely fantastic, and this includes the entire offseason, is third year receiver Michael Floyd.
He is aggressive for the ball. He is running precise routes and he is making plays.
More importantly, he and quarterback Carson Palmer appear to nice rhythm and a lot of chemistry. You see a lot of throws by Palmer made to Floyd before he has made his break or is even looking for the ball, and when Floyd turns and looks, the ball is right there.
Palmer was asked about how good he thinks that Floyd can become when he met with the media on Tuesday.
"I don't know," he said. "I can't say there is a ceiling."
He continued, explaining that Floyd, despite being very young, entering only his third year, he is vere mature.
"He can do just about everything because he is quick enough," said Palmer. "He's a big physical guy, but he plays quick, he plays small, as far as releases and getting off the ball.
"I'm not going to put a ceiling on him."
Floyd cracked 1000 yards receiving and had several big games in 2013. He also had a few that were nothing (30 yards or less). But entering the second year with a good quarterback and in an offensive system that will showcase his skills, Floyd could be the guy that blows up statistically.
What ceiling does Floyd have? He has already said publicly that he wants to be a Hall of Famer. He has a great example in Larry Fitzgerald. He has talent and a quarterback that trusts him.
What do you think that means for 2014?
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