NFL 2005 Draft: Pick Number three 3 – Braylon Edwards, Cleveland Browns



Braylon Edwards was the number three 3 pick of the 2005 NFL Draft.  Braylon Edwards went to the Cleveland Browns as a Wide Receiver. Round one 1 pick two 3. Third pick overall.

Braylon Edwards went to University of Michigan.

This is what the University of Michigan said about him:

In 44 games with Michigan, Edwards started 36 times. He shattered all of the school’s career receiving records. Edwards caught 252 passes for 3,542 yards (14.1 average) and 39 touchdowns, surpassing the previous marks of 176 receptions by Walker (1998-2001) and 3,076 yards and 37 scores by Anthony Carter (1979-82). His 39 touchdown grabs also set a Big Ten all-time record, while his 252 catches rank fourth and 3,542 yards rank third in conference annals.

These are Braylon Edward’s college statistics:

SEASON RECORD REC YDS  AVG  TD ATT YDS AVG TD
2004   9-3    97  1330 13.7 15 6   61  10.2 0

This is a photograph of Braylon Edwards in action:

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Photo Credit: Mike Blake

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How tall is Braylon Edwards: 6 foot 3 inches

How much does Braylon Edwards weigh: 211 pounds.

What is Braylon Edward’s hometown: Detroit, MI

What high school did Braylon Edwards go to: Bishop Gallagher High School

What is Braylon Edward’s birthdate: February 21, 1983 – 2/21/83

Comments: Braylon is going to do great in the NFL. His pick by the Cleveland Browns sends a message to the rest of the NFL: We really need a quarterback. The Cleveland Browns now have two pass threats in Braylon Edwards and Kellen Winslow, but now real quarterback.