Comments Off on The Trickle Effect: What Braylon Edwards Trade Means for Browns Receivers
Brian Robiskie fans may finally be getting their wish. á With todayÆs trade of Braylon Edwards to the New York Jets, it will most likely open up more playing time for rookie Brian Robiskie. The former Ohio State Buckeye has yet to line up with the offense this season, being seen mostly on special teams. á The arrival of Chansi Stuckey could push Mike Furrey into the starting lineup with Mohamed Massaquoi, with Stuckey starting his Browns career in the slot. This season, Stuckey has 11 catches for 120 yards and a touchdown. In comparison, Edwards had 10 catches for 139 yards and no touchdowns. á He will probably eventually become a starter once he becomes more accustomed to offensive coordinator Brian DabollÆs offense. á Head coach Eric Mangin ...

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