"It's been a transition and I love it already," Dorsett said, via WEEI.com. "It's going to be a definite transition learning the playbook and everything, but like I said before, I'm the person for it."
"I wouldn't say [it's been] overwhelming. I think I'm a pretty smart guy," he said. "Of course, they throw a lot at your first, but I'm just in it. You have to be in it. Like you said, I just go back to the hotel and study as much as I can until I get tired. And then, I try to study more. At the end of the day, I think it'll be worth it."
Added Dorsett: "I'm just learning now. I'll learn a lot more. I'm getting reps in there now. The more I learn, the more reps I'll get."
How much -- if at all -- he'll play Thursday night remains to be seen.
With Julian Edelman's season-ending injury shuffling Brady's receiving corps, the addition of Dorsett -- who was battling for the No. 3 job in Indy -- adds another option on the outside. Dorsett is also likely to be an option on punt returns this season.
"I don't really put that much pressure on myself," he said.