Burress has said he expects to be a little rusty when he first returns, but isn’t concerned about missing any extra time that could help him develop a rapport with quarterback Mark Sanchez.
“I’m a quarterback-friendly receiver,” he said. “I’m a guy with a lot of range. You don’t have to be accurate to get the ball to me. Just put it in a place where I can at least make a play on it and catch the ball. I think when we get out there, we will develop a relationship and it will be quick.”
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