Trent Edwards is a professional football player who plays as a quarterback for the NFL team, the Jacksonville Jaguars since 2010. Trent played his college ball for Stanford and was a third round pick in the 2007 NFL Draft. Edwards was chosen by the Buffalo Bills at the 92nd pick of the draft.

While at Stanford, Edwards was Sporting News Freshman All-Pac-10 (2003) and Stanford Cardinal Team MVP (2005). In 2005, he started all 11 games, completing 168 of 268 passes (62.7-percent) for 1,934 yards and 17 touchdowns. In 2007, he started the first seven games but suffered a season-ending injury. Although the team had a 10-20 record with Edwards at the helm, he was of interest to NFL teams due to his smarts, accuracy and strength.

Edwards made his pro start with the Bills when starter J.P. Losman was injured in the first quarter of a game versus the New England Patriots. In this context he went 10 of 20 for 97 yards, no touchdowns and one interception. In 2007, Edwards played in 10 games, making 151 of 269 passes (56.1-percent) and accumulating 1,630 yards. He hit for seven touchdowns and threw eight interceptions. His QB rating was 70.4.

Team 182 jacksonville jaguars Jacksonville Jaguars
Position Quarterback
Born 30 Oct 1983
Nationality United States United States
Team History
182 jacksonville jaguars Jacksonville Jaguars 2010 - present
3 buffalo bills Buffalo Bills 2007 - 2010

He was signed by the team of Jacksonville Jaguars team on 28th September, 2010, a day after his release from the Bills team. His first appearance for the Jaguars was on 18th October, 2010 against the Titans.

Edwards, who is six-foot-four and 231 pounds, is the right size for a NFL quarterback. He got a fine passing touch, has good velocity when delivering the ball to intermediate routes and has shown improvement in many areas. He does well with developing plays, ably adjusting to situations that arise whether its hitting a late breaking receiver or tucking the ball under and dashing for the first down marker. He can take a hit when passing and has good toughness. Overall, he’s still working on his reads and checking off. He’s had some injury issues that could compromise his performance and shorten his career. Edwards is listed a the starting QB for the 2008 season.

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