Braxton Miller is now a full-time wide receiver. The former Ohio State star quarterback has a new look, complete with a new number, and is spending 100 percent of his practice time with his new position group.
The Miller-to-wide-receiver transition started months ago. He began catching passes and working on routes early in the spring, before making his final decision after a follow-up doctor visit regarding his injured shoulder.
Who first broached the Miller-to-WR idea, though? Cris Carter, an NFL Hall of Famer and former Buckeye, hinted today that it was him.
— Cris Carter (@criscarter80) August 11, 2015
Miller didn’t totally shoot down that claim.
— BRAXTON MILLER (@BraxtonMiller5) August 11, 2015
You can definitely do a lot worse than Cris Carter when it comes to wide receiver advice.