Edwards comes, goes and finally agrees
BEREA, Ohio -- Rookie wide receiver Braylon Edwards agreed to terms on a five-year contract late Wednesday night with the Cleveland Browns, ending his holdout and a bizarre day of negotiations.
Edwards, the No. 3 overall pick, is expected to sign his contract on Thursday and practice with the Browns for the first time, ESPN.com's John Clayton has confirmed.
With incentives, Edwards could potentially make as much as $40 million under this contract, according to Clayton.
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