BRAYLON EDWARDS, WR, MICHIGAN #3 PICK AT THE 2005 NFL DRAFT
#3 pick in the 2005 National Football League DRAFT Braylon Edwards, WR, Michigan chosen by Cleveland Browns shows off his jewerly while posing on April 23, 2005 at New York's Javitis Center. (UPI Photo/Ezio Petersen)
Duke new No. 1 in Coaches' poll ... Sanchez reaches deal with Detroit Tigers ... Edwards sued for child support again ... Dan Rooney returns as Steelers' chairman ... Sports news from United Press International.
For the second time, New York Jets wide receiver Braylon Edwards is being sued in Manhattan Family Court for child support.
Russell Wilson hooked up with Sidney Rice on a go-ahead, 46-yard touchdown toss with 1:27 left Sunday, rallying Seattle past New England 24-23.
The NFL West Champion San Francisco 49ers Tuesday released veteran wide receiver Braylon Edwards.
San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Braylon Edwards won't face suspension over a drunken driving arrest from last year, the team confirmed Tuesday.
Alex Smith racked up 126 yards on 8-of-13 passing Saturday in the San Francisco 49ers' 17-3 pre-season victory over Oakland.
Receiver Braylon Edwards, the third player chosen in the 2005 NFL Draft, signed a one-year, free-agent deal Thursday with the San Francisco 49ers.
New York Jets free agent receiver Braylon Edwards avoided jail time Wednesday after being found in violation of his parole on a 2009 Cleveland incident.
New York Jets free-agent receiver Braylon Edwards faces a probation violation hearing in Cleveland this week after pleading guilty to a New York charge.
Mark Sanchez passed for three touchdowns Sunday and the New York Jets advanced to the AFC Championship Game with a 28-21 victory over New England.