FWIW. Michigan doesn't seem inclined to get re-involved.
Hoping to spark some friendly conversation reflecting on the incredible comeback in 2003 at Minnesota. Chris Perry, Braylon Edwards, John Navarre and Marion Barber, this game was a classic.
Thanks to WolverineHistorian for the video. I remember myself capitulating to Minnesota (out loud) several times that afternoon...
Braylon Edwards' job is in jeopardy after the Jets signed Mohamed Massaquoi yesterday:
Steve Breaston was released by the NO Saints a couple days ago:
Mario Manningham was placed on the PUP list by the SF 49ers and will miss at least the first 6 games of the season:
David Terrell was arrested on felony drug charges a couple days ago in Chicago:
And of course, Amara Darboh is out for the season after foot surgery. Jeremy Gallon and Jason Avant need to be extra careful right now.
SLIGHT MOD EDIT - I modified the title so that people would not think that the current Michigan WR depth chart was taking further hits. LSA
Looks like Braylon is headed back to the Jets. Good luck to him and kind of amusing considering he called members of the Jets organization "idiots" just a week ago.
The saga continues. Things are tough for Braylon right now. Maybe he'll land in Detriot with Titus Young currently being a turd.
According to Scout.com, Iowa pulled their scholarship offer to Braylon's little brother Berkley Edwards.
"They said if Berkley didn't choose Iowa by now, he wasn't coming," Stan Edwards said in a text message.
Stan Edwards said on Monday that he and his family were waiting to see what happened with the coaching situations at the schools he was considering - Iowa, Cal and Minnesota. The Bears fired Jeff Tedford a day later.
It looks like the Gophers or a MAC offer for the 2013 Chelsea (MI) High running back unless Cal stays with the recruitment.
I know Michigan doesn't have any serious interest in him at this point, but hopefully he ends up at a quality school where he can get some playing time. He definitely put up some nice numbers for Chelsea the last couple years.
Some pretty good fluff coming out of Seattle. I've always been a Braylon Edwards fan, I think a lot of his bad wrap was his own doing, but he's a good guy overall. It is good to see he is putting in the effort to excel in Seattle. I liked Wilson, even at Wisconsin, so that is a duo I will enjoy watching this year.