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BRAVE: Braylon Edwards, the ex-Michigan and Cleveland Browns wide receiver, rescues an individual’s life.

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Braylon Edwards, who last played in the NFL at the close of the 2012 season, achieved a remarkable milestone on Saturday, marking the most significant accomplishment of his 41-year-old life thus far. The former Michigan star, who reached his peak as a Pro Bowl wide receiver for the Cleveland Browns in 2007, enjoyed an eight-season career spanning stints with the Browns, New York Jets, San Francisco 49ers, and Seattle Seahawks.

Edwards recently made headlines for his heroic act at a Chicago YMCA, where he intervened to save the life of an 80-year-old man under attack. In a disturbing incident that unfolded in a locker room, a 25-year-old assailant targeted the elderly individual, but Edwards stepped in and played a crucial role in thwarting the attack.

Despite accumulating 5,522 receiving yards and 40 receiving touchdowns during his NFL career, Edwards considers this recent act of heroism as perhaps the most memorable and impactful moment in his life.



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