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Raiders TE on Bryan Edwards: ‘I think great things are in store for him’

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Back in 2020, the Atlanta Falcons had a three-headed monster at wide receiver with Julius Jones, Calvin Ridley and Russell Gage.

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Jones has since been traded to Tennessee, Ridley has been banned by the NFL for one year for gambling, and Gage signed with Tampa Bay back in March. That left the Falcons general manager Terry Fonteno he has no choice but to reverse his position in the off-season.

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Atlanta drafted Drake London with 8th overall pick, signed free agents Auden Tate and Damier Birdand traded to the sophomore Raiders Brian Edwards. London is by far the most notable acquisition, but don’t overlook Edwards.

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Originally selected in the third round of the 2021 draft by the Las Vegas Raiders, Edwards finished his second season with 45 catches for 764 receiving yards and four touchdowns. The 23-year-old is the starter favorite against London on the outside.

Raiders tight end Darren Waller had some nice things to say about his former teammate during an interview with

The fact that the Raiders traded Edwards had less to do with his level of talent than with the team’s stagnation at wide receiver. Las Vegas was traded for former All-Pro Packers WR Davante Adams, and Edwards would have had a significantly smaller role this season.

Edwards, London and year two tight end Kyle Pitts Have your team of three primary pass catchers be at least 6’3″.


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