Here is a list of what you'll need to do:
1. No diva BS. We can smell it a mile away, remember we were the first fan base to get burned by T.O. and as a result we have a zero tolerance policy on typical WR Prima-Dona BS. Marvin Harrison, Larry Fitzgerald, John Taylor: good, T.O., Keyshawn Johnson, Andre Rison: bad.
2. Be a team player. I'm not expecting you to make an immediate impact, you missed all of training camp and the first four games. You're probably going to be used initially as a decoy and slot receiver because I doubt you'll be able to handle the NFL bump yet. Relish any role or opportunity you get to play even if it's not glamorous and do it to the best of your ability.
3. Learn to block. Than put someone on their ass, nothing will redeem you faster than a crushing block, especially if it frees up a long play for someone else. It will also win you some points in the locker room.
4. Don't drop balls. Again, I'm not expecting you to be a huge part of the offense or even to completely know what's going on all the time. Not expecting you to grasp NFL level nuances or have great chemistry with Shawn Hill. But in the event that someone is nice enough to throw a ball your way, you better damn well catch it because that's the one thing thats the same at every level of football and a wide reciever who can't catch is about as useful as an analogy that makes no sence, is poorly punctuated; and; is a run on sentence.