When it comes to work ethic, few come close to the Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown, and this is well documented. So well documented, Steelers rookie QB Joshua Dobbs was "annoyed" by all the talk about how hard Brown works.
But before Steelers fans storm the team’s facilities with pitchforks and torches looking for Dobbs, his situation was certainly different than most, when it comes to hearing about Brown.
Current Tennessee coach Butch Jones coached Brown while at Central Michigan, and constantly referred to Brown’s work ethic when talking to his team.
"I heard a lot of talk about him from Coach Jones," Dobbs said during a visit to NewsChannel5 in Nashville, "and you almost got annoyed to the point of talking about his work ethic. But then when you get to camp and you see the attention that he puts into each and every rep, how hard he works, and then the amount of hours that he puts into his craft outside of the complex, you definitely see where the coaches were coming from and the point they were trying to make."
Outside of discussing Brown, and his ridiculous work ethic, Dobbs talked about what he has taken away from practicing alongside Ben Roethlisberger.
"I spend more time watching him practice than I do watching myself practice, just because there is so much knowledge and how he plays the game, the adjustments he makes at the line of scrimmage, the movements he makes in the pockets...you know, the little details that has made him such a great quarterback and allowed him to win two Super Bowls."
To see the full interview, you can see the video below: