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2007
Game 1 vs. Pittsburgh 9/9: Started at WR with 3 receptions for 49 yards (16.3 avg.), and a long of 21 yards…2 of his 3 receptions resulted in first downs…Game 2 vs. Cincinnati 9/16: Started at WR and led the team in receiving and established a career-high 8 receptions and 146 yards receiving and tied a career-high 2 TDs…The 146 yards marked the fifth 100-yard receiving game of his career…Part of an offense that established 554 net yards (3rd highest in club history) of offense and scored 51 points (T-4th in franchise history)…WR Braylon Edwards 146 yards and TE Kellen Winslow’s 100 yards receiving, QB Derek Anderson’s 328 yards passing and RB Jamal Lewis 216 yards rushing, marked the first time in club history to have a QB with 300-yards passing, a 100-yard rusher and two 100-yard receivers in the same contest…6 of his 8 receptions resulted in a first down…In the 3rd quarter, capped an 8-play, 78-yard (3:52) drive with a 34-yard TD strike from QB Derek Anderson as the Browns opened a 34-24 lead…In the 4th quarter, connected with Anderson on a 37-yard TD completion to open a 48-38 lead…Game 3 at Oakland 9/23: Started at WR and added 4 receptions for 83 yards (20.8 avg.), including 1 TD…In the 3rd quarter, capped a 4-play, 52-yard (1:22) drive with a 21-yard TD strike from QB Derek Anderson to open a 17-16 lead…All 4 receptions resulted in first downs…Game 4 vs. Baltimore 9/30: Started at WR and had 3 receptions for 97 yards (32.3 avg.), including a 78-yard TD reception…In the 1st quarter, connected with QB Derek Anderson on a 78-yard TD strike to open a 14-0 lead…2 of his 3 receptions resulted in first downs…Game 5 at New England 10/7: Started at WR and led the team with 6 receptions for 110 yards (18.3 avg.), including a long of 36 yards…Marked his sixth career 100-yard receiving game…5 of his 6 receptions resulted in first downs…Game 6 vs. Miami 10/14: Started at WR and had 5 receptions for 67 yards (13.4 avg.) and 3 TDs…His 3 TDs were a career-high and tied the franchise mark for TD receptions in a game becoming the tenth receiver in franchise history with 3 TD receptions in a game…In the 2nd quarter, connected with QB Derek Anderson for a 24-yard TD strike to open a 24-3 lead…In the 4th quarter, capped a 12-play, 66-yard (6:53) drive with a 5-yard TD pass from Anderson to open a 34-24 lead…Also in the 4th quarter, capped a 9-play, 67 yard (4:27) drive with a 16-yard TD pass to open a 41-24 lead…All 5 receptions on the day resulted in first downs…Game 7 at St. Louis 10/28: Started at WR and led the team as he matched a career-high 8 receptions for 117 yards (14.6 avg.) and 2 TDs…His 117 yards receiving marked the seventh 100-yard receiving game of his career…6 of his 8 receptions resulted in first downs…In the 2nd quarter, capped a 9-play, 67-yard (5:04) drive with a 12-yard TD reception from QB Derek Anderson to cut the deficit, 14-10…On the opening drive of the 3rd quarter, connected with Anderson on a 5-yard TD to cap a 12-play, 80-yard (6:16) drive and open a 24-17 lead…Game 8 vs. Seattle 11/4: Started at WR and added 5 receptions for 67 yards (13.4 avg.), including a long of 19 yards…3 of his 5 receptions resulted in first downs…Game 9 at Pittsburgh 11/11: Started at WR and had 1 reception for 16 yards for a TD…In the 2nd quarter, connected with Derek Anderson for a 16-yard TD in the corner of the end zone to open a 21-6 lead…Game 10 at Baltimore 11/18: Started at WR and led the team with 8 receptions for 85 yards (10.6 avg.), including a long of 22 yards…His 8 receptions matched a career-high…3 of his 8 receptions resulted in a first down…Late in the game, made a key 18-yard reception with :03 seconds remaining at the Baltimore 33-yard line and on the next play, K Phil Dawson connected on a 51-yard game-tying field goal…Game 11 vs. Houston 11/25: Started at WR and had 4 receptions for 57 yards (14.3 avg.) and 1 TD…All 4 of his receptions resulted in first downs…In the 2nd quarter, capped a 6-play, 70-yard (2:39) drive with a 19-yard TD reception from Derek Anderson to tie the game, 7-7…Also in the 2nd quarter, had a key 9-yard reception on a 4th and 3 play down to the Texans 23-yard line and three plays later Anderson connected with TE Kellen Winslow for 7-yard TD pass to open a 14-10 lead…Game 12 at Arizona 12/2: Started at WR and led the team with 7 receptions for a career-high 149 yards (21.3 avg.) and 1 TD…The 149 yards marked his eighth career 100-yard receiving game…Topped the 1,000 yard receiving mark for the first time in his career…His TD reception was his 12th of the season and is tied for second in franchise history for TD receptions in a single season…In the 3rd quarter, connected with QB Derek Anderson on a 67-yard TD pass to cut the deficit, 21-18…5 of his 7 receptions resulted in first downs…Game 13 at N.Y. Jets 12/9: Started at WR with 3 receptions for 63 yards (21.0 avg.) and 1 TD…His 13 TD receptions tied a franchise single-season mark (Gary Collins, 13, 1963)…In the 2nd quarter, had a key 14 yard reception on a 4th and 4 play down to the Jets 26-yard line and two plays later QB Derek Anderson connected with RB Jamal Lewis on a 7-yard TD pass to open a 7-0 lead…On the opening drive of the third quarter, connected with Anderson on a 45-yard completion down to the Jets 5-yard line, and two plays later connected with Anderson for a 4-yard TD pass to open a 14-3 lead…All 3 of his passes resulted in first downs…Game 14 vs. Buffalo 12/16: Started at WR and led the team with 4 receptions for 64 yards (16.0 avg.), including a long of 25 yards…3 of his 4 receptions resulted in first downs…Game 15 at Cincinnati 12/23: Started at WR and led the team with 8 receptions for 52 yards (6.5 avg.) and 2 TDs…Set the franchise single-season record for TDs with 15 (Gary Collins 13, 1963)…His 8 receptions matched a career-high…In the 3rd quarter, capped an 11-play, 71-yard (5:50) drive with a 2-yard TD reception from QB Derek Anderson to cut the deficit, 19-7…In the 4th quarter, added a 5-yard TD strike from Anderson to cut the deficit, 19-14…4 of his 8 receptions resulted in first downs…Game 16 vs. San Francisco 12/30: Started at WR and added 3 receptions for 67 yards (22.3 avg.) and 1 TD…Set the franchise record for receiving yards in a season (1,289)…In the 1st quarter, connected with QB Derek Anderson on a 45-yard TD strike to open a 14-0 lead…2 of his 3 receptions resulted in first downs.

2006
In his second season with the Browns, played in all 16 games, including 15 starts, and recorded 61 receptions for 884 yards (14.5 avg.) and 6 TDs…Had three 100-yard receiving games (110 yards at Cin. on Sept. 17; 116 yards vs. Balt. on Sept. 24; and 137 yards vs. Pitt. on Nov. 19)…Led the team with 884 yards receiving and 6 TDs and ranked second with 61 receptions…Recorded a career-high 137 yards vs. Pittsburgh on Nov. 19…38 of his 61 receptions resulted in a first down…Marked career-high 7 receptions at San Diego on Nov. 5, and vs. Pittsburgh on Nov. 19…Game 1 vs. New Orleans 9/10: Started and had 2 receptions for 23 yards (11.5 avg.)…Both receptions resulted in first downs…Game 2 at Cincinnati 9/17: Started and led the team with 4 receptions for 110 yards receiving (27.5 avg.) and marked the second time in his career to top the 100-yard receiving mark…In the 4th quarter, connected with QB Charlie Frye on a 75-yard completion down to the Bengals 1-yard line, and on the next play RB Reuben Droughns rushed for a 1-yard TD to cut the Bengals lead to 20-10…3 of his 4 receptions resulted in first downs…Game 3 vs. Baltimore 9/24: Started and led the team with 116 yards receiving (23.2 avg.) on 5 receptions and 1 TD…Recorded his second consecutive 100-yard receiving game and third overall in his career…His consecutive 100-yard receiving games were the first since WR Antonio Bryant in 2004 (11/28/04-12/5/04)…Connected with QB Charlie Frye in the 2nd quarter on a 58-yard TD pass to open an early 7-3 lead…4 of his 5 receptions resulted in first downs…Game 4 at Oakland 10/1: Started and led the team with 6 receptions for 75 yards (12.5 avg.), including a long of 21 yards…Had two key third down receptions for 13 yards and 5 yards respectfully on the Browns 14-play, 69-yard (6:57) TD drive, capped by TE Kellen Winslow’s 2-yard TD reception…5 of his 6 receptions resulted in first downs…Game 5 at Carolina 10/8: Started and had 3 receptions for 27 yards (9.0 avg.)…All three receptions resulted in first downs…Game 6 vs. Denver 10/22: Started with 2 receptions for 6 yards…Game 7 vs. N.Y. Jets 10/29: Started with 2 receptions for 21 yards (10.5 avg.)…1 of his 2 receptions resulted in a first down…Game 8 at San Diego 11/5: Started and had a career-high 7 receptions for 66 yards (9.4 avg.), including 1 TD…Late in the 2nd quarter, added a 13-yard reception and 14-yard completion, both for first downs, on the Browns 10-play, 59-yard (1:51) scoring drive, capped by K Phil Dawson’s 30-yard FG to open a 12-10 halftime lead…In the 4th quarter, capped an 11-play, 69-yard (2:42) scoring drive with a 4-yard TD reception from Charlie Frye…4 of his 6 receptions resulted in a first down…Also had 1 carry for 8 yards…Game 9 at Atlanta 11/12: Started with 3 receptions for 31 yards (10.3 avg.) and 1 TD…In the 2nd quarter, capped a 5-play, 41-yard (2:52) drive with a 19-yard TD reception from QB Charlie Frye to open a 14-0 lead…Game 10 vs. Pittsburgh 11/19: Started and set a career-high 137 yards receiving and matched a career-high 7 receptions (19.6 avg.), including a long of 63 yards…The 137 yards receiving marked his fourth career 100-yard receiving game and his third in 2006…In the 2nd quarter, had a key 63-yard reception down to the Pittsburgh 19-yard line and K Phil Dawson capped the drive with a 23-yard FG to open a 10-0 lead…5 of his 7 receptions resulted in first downs…Also had 1 rush for -8 yards…Game 11 vs. Cincinnati 11/26: Started with 2 receptions for 29 yards…1 of his 2 receptions resulted in a first down…Game 12 vs. Kansas City 12/3: Started and had 3 receptions for 36 yards (12.0 avg.) and 1 TD…In the 1st quarter, capped an 8-play, 63-yard (5:14) drive with a 23-yard TD reception from QB Charlie Frye to open an early 7-0 lead…2 of his 3 receptions resulted in first downs…Game 13 at Pittsburgh 12/7: Started with 4 receptions for 86 yards (21.5 avg.) and 1 TD…In the 4th quarter, connected with QB Derek Anderson on a 45-yard TD reception…2 of his 4 receptions resulted in first downs…Game 14 at Baltimore 12/17: Started with 5 receptions for 68 yards (13.6 avg.), including 1 TD…Had a TD reception in three consecutive games…In the 3rd quarter, connected with QB Derek Anderson for a 14-yard TD pass to tie the game, 17-17…In the 2nd quarter, had a key 28-yard reception to the Baltimore 3-yard line and on the next play, Anderson connected with WR Joe Jurevicius in the corner of the end zone for a 3-yard TD pass…2 of his 5 receptions resulted in a first down…Game 15 vs. Tampa Bay 12/24: Played with 2 receptions for 7 yards…Game 16 at Houston 12/31: Started with 4 receptions for 46 yards (11.5 avg.), including a long of 19 yards…Also had one rush on a double-reverse for 7 yards…3 of his 4 receptions resulted in first downs.

2005
In his rookie season with the Browns showed the play-making skills that led him to be the third overall selection in the 2005 NFL Draft…Appeared in 10 games, including seven starts and totaled 32 receptions for 512 yards (16.0 avg.) and 3 TDs…Began the year as the third-wide receiver, however moved into the starting lineup in the club’s eighth game of the year vs. Tennessee on Nov. 6…Recorded his first career 100-yard receiving game with 3 receptions for 107 yards, including his first career NFL TD reception on a 80-yard pass from QB Trent Dilfer at Green Bay on Sept. 18…Had a season-high 2 TDs receptions vs. Jacksonville on Dec. 4, including 17-yard and 34-yard TD strikes from QB Charlie Frye…Set a career-high 6 receptions vs. Miami on Nov. 20…Suffered an arm infection that forced him to miss two games vs. Chicago on Oct. 9, and at Baltimore on Oct. 16…Suffered a season-ending right knee injury vs. Jacksonville on Dec. 4, and was placed on Injured Reserve on Dec. 5, and missed the final four regular season contests…Game 1 vs. Cincinnati 9/11: Made his NFL debut by playing WR and had 2 receptions for 16 yards..One of his two receptions resulted in a first down…Game 2 at Green Bay 9/18: Made his first career NFL start at WR as the Browns opened in a three-wide receiver set and finished with 3 receptions for 107 yards receiving, including an 80-yard TD…Made a game-changing play in the 3rd quarter, as he connected with QB Trent Dilfer on a quick slant and went 80-yards for his first NFL TD and helped extend the lead to 19-7…All three of his receptions resulted in first downs…Game 3 at Indianapolis 9/25: Started with 4 receptions for 43 yards (10.8 avg.), including a long of 20 yards…One of his four receptions resulted in a first down…Game 4 vs. Chicago 10/9: Inactive (arm)…Game 5 at Baltimore 10/16: Inactive (arm)…Game 6 vs. Detroit 10/23: Played with 3 receptions for 30 yards (10.0 avg.), including a long of 14 yards…All three receptions resulted in first downs…Game 7 at Houston 10/30: Played with 2 receptions for 32 yards (16.0 avg.), including a long of 26 yards…One of two pass receptions were for a first down…Game 8 vs. Tennessee 11/6: Started with 1 reception for 2 yards…Game 9 at Pittsburgh 11/13: Started and had 2 receptions for 64 yards (32.0 avg.), including a long of 37 yards…Both receptions were for first downs…Game 10 vs. Miami 11/20: Started with a career-high 6 receptions for 90 yards (15.0 avg.), including a long of 25 yards…Four of his six receptions were for first downs…Game 11 at Minnesota 11/27: Started with 4 receptions for 42 yards (10.5 avg.), including a long of 14 yards…All four receptions resulted in a first down…Game 12 vs. Jacksonville 12/4: Started and had 5 receptions for 86 yards (17.2 avg.) and 2 TDs…In the 2nd quarter, hauled in a 34-yard TD pass from QB Charlie Frye in the end zone to cap a 9-play, 78-yard (5:20) drive to open a 7-3 lead…Also in the 2nd quarter, connected with Frye on a 17-yard TD pass to take a 14-3 lead at the half…Three of his five receptions resulted in first downs…Injured his right knee in the 4th quarter and did not return.

College Highlights
Multi-talented receiver and Biletnikoff Award winner, given to the nation’s top collegiate receiver, played in 44 career games at Michigan, including 36 starts, and shattered the school’s receiving records with 252 receptions for 3,542 yards (14.1 avg.) and 39 TDs…His 252 career receptions surpassed the previous school mark of 176 (Marquise Walker, 1998-2001), his 3,542 yards topped the Wolverine record of 3,076 (Walker, 1998-2001) and his 39 TDs topped the Michigan TD mark of 37 scores (Anthony Carter, 1979-82)…A three-year starter, his 39 TDs also set a Big Ten all-time record, while his 252 catches rank fourth and 3,542 yards rank third in conference annals…Broke school single-season records, as he snared 97 passes for 1,330 yards his senior season and became the only player in Big Ten Conference annals, and only the ninth in NCAA Division 1-A history, to gain over 1,000 yards receiving in a season three times in a career…Only Desmond Howard (19 in 1991) had more TD catches in a season for the Wolverines than Edward’s 15 TDs…In 2004, named All-American first-team selection by The NFL Draft Report, the Associated Press, Walter Camp Football Foundation, American Football Coaches Association, Football Writers Association and College Football News…Became the first Wolverine to earn the Biletnikoff Award, given to the nation’s top receiver…Finished tenth in the voting for the Heisman Trophy…Consensus All-Big Ten Conference first-team and Offensive Player of the Year…Winner of the Bo Schembechler Award as Michigan's Most Valuable Player...Started all year at split end, setting Michigan records for receptions and receiving yards in a season, as he hauled in 97 passes for 1,330 yards (13.7 avg.) and 15 TDs…Ranked second in the nation with an average of 8.08 catches per game, fourth with 1,330 yards receiving and fifth with an average of 110.83 yards receiving per game…As a junior in 2003, named All-Big Ten Conference first-team selection…Switched numbers to #1 from jersey #80…Led the team with 85 receptions for 1,138 yards (13.4 avg.) and 14 TDs…His 85 catches, 1,138 yards and 14 scores rank third on Michigan’s single-season record list…Had six 100-yard receiving games, including a school-record four straight 100-yard games…As a sophomore in 2002, named All-Big Ten Conference second-team selection…Started twelve games at split end and led the team with 67 receptions for 1,035 yards (15.4 avg.) and 10 TDs…Caught at least three passes in every contest and had four 100-yard-plus receiving games...Scored at least one TD in eight contests and had two multiple TD performances...Ranked fifth in the Big Ten with 5.25 receptions per game and seventh with 77.1 receiving yards per game…In 2001, appeared in six games as a reserve split end and finished with 3 receptions for 38 yards (12.7 avg.).

Personal
At Michigan also ran track during the indoor and outdoor season, competing in the high jump as well as the 60-meter and 200-meter dashes…Attended Bishop Gallagher High School (Mich.)...One-year letterman and starter on Bishop Gallagher varsity team and two-year letterman and starter on Martin Luther King High (Detroit) varsity team…Tallied 63 receptions for 740 yards and 8 TDs in three-year varsity career and rushed 4 times for 152 yards and 2 TDs...Also completed 10-of-17 passes for 200 yards...Recorded 170 tackles, 7 sacks, 10 TFL, 3 forced fumbles, 3 recovered fumbles, 5 interceptions and returned one for a TD…Set school, league and state records for most positions started in one year — wide receiver, running back, free safety, cornerback, linebacker, defensive end, quarterback, tight end, kick returner, punt returner and long snapper...As a senior, caught 28 passes for 470 yards and 4 TDs, rushed 11 times for 205 yards and 1 TD, and added 78 tackles, 7 sacks and 5 interceptions…Named CBS PrepStar All-America team senior year and earned all-conference, all-east, all-metro and all-state accolades...Rated as a three-star prospect and as the No. 49 receiver in the nation by Rivals.com, listed as the No. 57 player in the midwest by SuperPrep Magazine, rated as No. 79 player in the midwest by Midwest Football Recruiting News, ranked as the No. 20 player in Michigan by the Detroit Free Press and selected to the Detroit News 2000 Dream Team as a defensive back...Averaged 17 points, 5 rebounds and 4 blocks per game during his one year of varsity basketball...Also ran the 100, 200, 4x100 relay and 4x200 relay on the track team…Full name is Braylon Jamel Edwards and was born Feb. 21, 1983, in Detroit, Mich...Father, Stanley, played football at Michigan (1977-81) and in the NFL with the Houston Oilers (1982-86) and Detroit Lions (1987).