A month after his return to the league, wide receiver Antonio Brown is still looking for the answers to his offseason questions.
He’s looking for a return to form after a tumultuous 2016 season that saw him play just one game and miss five games.
Brown is also looking to get healthy.
The Steelers quarterback will not be back until September at the earliest.
He’ll likely be limited to three weeks of action during that time.
The Steelers also want to get him to feel comfortable in a new offense.
The team has drafted him in the fourth round and hopes to get a shot to start him.
But Brown said he’ll be prepared to be a part of a new scheme and team-first mentality.
He also wants to get his body back in shape after missing almost three months due to injuries.
Brown played in four games in 2016, and was one of the best receivers in the league.
The former Heisman Trophy winner was one the best wide receivers in football in 2017.