Doerschuk, Steve
December 2005
Sporting News;12/9/2005, Vol. 229 Issue 49, p45
The article focuses on the football team Cleveland Browns and some of its key players. Wishful thinkers see a lot of Randy Moss in rookie WR Braylon Edwards. Edwards' acrobatic moves are reminiscent of Moss, but Edwards isn't in the same class athletically. Edwards is a polished route runner for a rookie, but he is not as crisp as veteran teammate Antonio Bryant. CB Leigh Bodden has gone from undrafted free agent to starter within three years. Bodden, who has replaced the injured Gary Baxter (pectoral muscle), is a smooth athlete who plays with poise.


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