Braylon Edwards Trade Analysis

Posted: 7th October 2009 by Gavin Andrews in NFL
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Upon hearing news of the Braylon Edwards trade, I gave a sigh of relief. After the 2007-2008 season, Cleveland fans believed no receiver was better than Edwards, who had recorded a tremendous season. The 2008-2009 season, however, was a different story, as Edwards led the league in drops, and posted a horrible season compared to the previous year's stats.á Edwards had become argumentative and troubled, and Cleveland fans were now split in their views of Edwards.á Was the big play threat worth keeping?á Would he become more motivated, and drop less passes?á Would his attitude problems cease? The draft came and went, and the Browns walked away with two receivers they had drafted in the second round: Brian Robiskie, the possession receiver out of Ohio State, and Mohamed Massaquoi, the dee ...

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