For the first time since he was a freshman at Clemson, quarterback Deshaun Watson is playing a reserve role -- listening, learning and trying to figure out a new system.

In this case, it's Bill O'Brien's system.

"I've been focusing on the playbook, learning the system and how they do what they do and how coach O'Brien coaches," Watson said during the second day of rookie minicamp. "We're communicating and learning about each other. He's learning how I learn to make sure we're on the same page.

"It's a whole different terminology. It's like learning Spanish. You turn the page (from college) and learn something brand new."