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New England Patriots Robert Edwards
PIT98120604-06 DECEMBER 1998-PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA, USA: New England Patriots Robert Edwards takes the handoff and runs 4 yards for a touchdown in the fourth quarter at Three River Stadium. The Patriots defeated the Steelers 23 to 9. UPI ac/ rw/Archie Carpenter
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Robert Lee Edwards, III (born October 2, 1974) is a former NFL and CFL running back. Originally drafted by the New England Patriots, he also played for the Miami Dolphins and Montreal Alouettes before ending his career with the Toronto Argonauts.

He is the older brother of current Winnipeg Blue Bombers receiver Terrence Edwards.

Edwards was a featured running back collegiately at the University of Georgia. He was originally recruited to play cornerback, where he was a starter through his sophomore year. After that season, he was converted to running back. As a running back he set a University of Georgia record for scoring five touchdowns in one game against the University of South Carolina.

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