Chat with Cleveland Browns WR Braylon Edwards
Edwards finished his third year in the NFL in 2007, emerging as the Browns No. 1 receiving threat. He finished first on the team in receiving yards (1,289), TD catches (16), yards per catch (16.1), while finishing second on the team in catches (80). In his breakout season, Edwards stats nearly bettered everything that he had done in the first two years of his career combined.
The Browns made Edwards the third overall selection of the 2005 NFL draft. He played collegiately at Michigan, where he set several school and Big Ten records. In 2004, his senior year at Michigan, Edwards set single season school records for catches (97) and yards (1,330).
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