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Could Edwards Still be Traded Before September?

Today’s Plain Dealer comments about the club possibly still moving Braylon Edwards before the start of the season:

Odds are that Braylon Edwards will remain with the Browns this season. … unless a team comes out of nowhere with a huge trade offer late in training camp because a receiver is hurt and it is desperate for a replacement. So far, Edwards has been doing what the coaches have asked.

The Browns are hoping that as Edwards heads into some type of free agency (depending upon what happens with the collective bargaining agreement), he will be at his best this year. It’s in his self-interest to do so and it’s also a chance to revive his reputation, which took a hit when he led the NFL in dropped passes a year ago.


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One Response to “Could Edwards Still be Traded Before September?”

  1. Dennis Thompson says:

    Why? Keep him. It is a contract year. If he decides to go after this season and has performed well, then we can get a 1 and a 3 for him. You aren’t going anywhere this year, anyway, why be trigger happy to unload the only viable threat receiver — as tough as it is to say that after last year — on the roster?

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