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Corey Brown 'not just one-trick pony,' Greg Olsen says

As an undrafted rookie, Philly Brown emerged as the speed element in the Panthers' offense last season, squeezing veteran Jason Avant off the roster in November.

With a year of experience under his belt, Brown has changed his name and his game.

Now going by his given name of "Corey," Brown is proving to be more than just a deep threat.

"Last year at this time, Corey was a guy where we said, 'Wow, he's fast.' This year he is a receiver," tight end Greg Olsen said, via the Panthers' official website. "The guy can play. He's not just a one-trick pony, a guy who is just going to run deep. He has a lot of natural instinct to him. He has a good feel."

Running more precise routes and showing better chemistry with Cam Newton this offseason, Brown has a leg up on Ted Ginn in the suddenly steep competition for snaps behind Kelvin Benjamin and Jerricho Cotchery and rookie Devin Funchess.

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