DETROIT, Michigan — Now retired NFL Pro Bowl wide receiver, Braylon Edwards has joined Woodward Sports Network to host a talk show on the digital platform.
A unanimous All-America wide receiver at Michigan, he was selected by Cleveland in the first round of the 2005 NFL Draft. Edwards previously worked for the Big 10 Television Network in the summer of 2017.
He expressed his gratitude to be able to discuss sports again via social media, where he will team up with co-host Ryan Ermanni.
🚨🚨🚨🚨 For years I have wanted my own format to talk sports the only way I know how which is truthful unbiased with no bullshit. Well the wait is over. @woodwardsports has given myself and cohost @RyanErmanni just that. Starting August 12th 5 days a week “The Bottom Line” … pic.twitter.com/lG4tmb4rBc
— Braylon Edwards (@OfficialBraylon) August 1, 2021
Edwards who resides in Michigan has two sons and is the author of Braylon Edwards: Doing It My Way: My Outspoken Life as a Michigan Wolverine, NFL Receiver, and Beyond.
Braylon also works with SMA, the Sports Management Agency. where he and other athletes visit addiction centers, churches, youth homes and middle schools to discus substance abuse and the opioid epidemic.
Reported by Andrew Mitchell for Woodlawn Post