MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. – According to a New England Patriots source, Antonio Brown traveled to the team against the Miami Dolphins to make his Patriots debut on Sunday at Hard Rock Stadium.  Head Coach Bill Belichick will ultimately ask the final question as to whether Brown is playing, with the momentum building up in that direction. Brown participated in three trainings a week and impressed his teammates with his approach.
"I think he's fine, the guy is an absolute stallion," said recipient Julian Edelman on Friday. "I think he raises the level for everyone out there because he's a good player and how hard he works."
Belichick also noted Brown's work to get used to what the Patriots are doing, but he said he did it on Friday "A long way."
"Obviously he does not know our offense, the systems he was in were quite different," Belichick said. "Jon [Gruden] commits the offense on the West Coast, and there is very little transfer from their system [in Oakland] to our system … something similar in Pittsburgh He is working hard to pick it up and we are working hard on it to get." it for him.
Brown wore # 17 jersey in training on Thursday and Friday as the # 84 he wore with the Steelers and Raiders was worn by Benjamin Watson, an experienced tight end in New England. Eddie was 17 in the Arena Football League and his jersey retired.
Co-sponsor Josh Gordon is one of those impressed by Brown.
"I think he's known, he's a dedicated player. He is one of the most diligent players in the league. He came here every day and did the same. I mean, he deserves the big name Antonio Brown – he's one of the best in the league, "said Gordon," I think we expect him to continue that way, and I think he's expecting it. It's a great addition. We are glad to have him. "