"I'm ready to show I can be a playmaker as well as Niles and that I can be respected just as much," said Kinnie, who made 14 of his 15 catches in the final seven games last season and is still looking for his first touchdown.
"You'd think as a receiver I would have a pretty good idea who's going to be throwing me the ball," Kinnie said. "They're all taking the same number of reps. I can't tell. Those guys (coaches) are good at keeping it hush-hush."