Buffalo Bills wide receiver Sammy Watkins has insisted that he bears no grudge against the Cleveland Browns for not selecting him in the 2014 NFL Draft and is determined to prove his worth in the league.
The Browns passed up the chance to pick Watkins as the Bills moved up to the fourth overall selection to take the receiver out of the Clemson Tigers.
Watkins told the Akron Beacon Journal: "I have a chip on my shoulder for every game, so it's not just the Browns. I come out and dominate my opponent every game.
"I'm sure they've got great cornerbacks and great safeties, but my job is to do my job on the field no matter who's in front of me, whether it's Joe Haden or [Darrelle] Revis or [Richard] Sherman, all the greats. My job is to win on the field and do my best."
Watkins recorded 101 receptions for 1,464 yards along with 12 touchdowns for the Tigers last season.