Wide Receiver

Football has never been as focused on the pass as it is today at all levels of competition. That puts a premium on wide receivers. Athletes that play the position need to be able to run fast, change directions quickly and absorb hits from larger, stronger players. STACK has wide receiver drills and workout routines from some of the best receivers in football to help you reach your potential on the outside.

Latest in Wide Receiver

Build Strong Hands and Quick Reactions with Shane Vereen's 'Hot Sauce' Receiving Drill

New York Giants running back Shane Vereen is a dynamic playmaker. Although he's been an efficient runner during his career, his remarkable receivi...

By: Brandon Hall

Dallas Cowboys' Receivers Are Wearing Bags Over Their Heads in Practice

A year ago, we wrote about the Dallas Cowboys using some curious (and arguably outdated) strength training and stretching techniques. RELATED: Is...

By: Jordan Zirm

Watch Out, Odell Beckham Jr.: This Summer's Nastiest One-Handed Catches

A few years ago they were rarities, but as we head into the 2015 football season, amazing one-handed catches are showing up everywhere. The one-ha...

By: Jordan Zirm

Grab More 50/50 Balls With Antonio Brown's Wide Receiver Core Exercise

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown is famous at STACK for regularly incorporating Pilates into his workouts for enhanced flexibility, ...

By: Maddy Lucier

The Football Route Tree, Explained

In football, passing plays center on the routes run by the receivers. If either the quarterback or the receivers don't know the routes for a given...

By: Brandon Hall

Latest Videos in Wide Receiver

Path to the Pros 2014: Brandin Cooks

Brandin Cooks led the NCAA in receiving yards and won the Biletnikoff Award as the top wide receiver in college football. Now Cooks is on a mission to prove that he's the best wideout in the 2014 NFL Draft.

National Guard: Disrupting a Wide Receiver's Route

Brandon Godsey, Ohio National Guard Captain and former NFL player, demonstrates how a defensive back can disrupt a wide receiver's route.

Antonio Brown's Pilates Reformer Workout

NFL wide receiver Antonio Brown uses slow, controlled pilates movements to train his muscles for the hard cuts, twists and turns on the the field. Watch his workout on the Pilates Reformer machine.

Pilates Chair Workout for Wide Receivers

Conditioning and control are two of the most important tools for wide receivers in the NFL. See how Pro-Bowl receiver Antonio Brown fine tunes his game with trainer Christine Ruby's bodyweight Pilates Chair workout.

Path to the Pros 2012: Michael Floyd

Michael Floyd answered questions about his top-end speed at the NFL Combine, helping solidifty his standing as the top-ranked wide receiver in the 2012 NFL Draft.