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📲PlayerBraxton Berrios
✅TeamNew York Jets
⚖️Weight184 pounds
🦾Arms28 inches
🤲Hands9.25 inches
🎂DOBOct. 6, 1995
🇺🇸HometownRaleigh, NC
🎓High SchoolLeesville Road (NC)
🏫CollegeMiami (FL)
📛NFL Entrance2018 NFL draft
NE: No. 210 (Round 6)
❗️Jets AcquisitionWaiver claim via NE (2019)
💰ContractFree Agent (2022)
⭐️2021 Stats16 G, 1 GS
46 REC, 431 YD, 2 TD
7 CAR, 40 YD, 2 TD
30.4 KR AVG❗️, 1 TD
🏅Honors2021 First-Team All-Pro (KR)
  • ❗️Denotes NFL stat leader

Braxton Berrios proved to be a legitimate New York Jets offensive weapon in 2021. After three years of working his way up depth charts, in both New England and New York, the Miami University product has finally found his niche.

Although he found himself snubbed for Pro Bowl honors, Berrios was named as the NFL’s first-team All-Pro kick returner. The Jets’ slot receiver led the league with a sparkling 30.4 kick return average in 16 games (28 attempts for 852 yards).

The kid’s top highlights of the year came late in the season when Trevor Lawrence and the Jacksonville Jaguars were in town. In New York’s 26-21 victory, Berrios bolted for an impressive 102-yard kick return to the house.

Now, the New England Patriots‘ sixth-round draft pick of 2018, who was claimed by Joe Douglas and the Jets early in 2019, enters the 2022 offseason looking to get paid.

And why not? The man should seek every last dollar as an independent contractor navigating his way through the league via hard work and dedication.

Whether or not Douglas and the Jets pony up the money for Berrios remains to be seen. Many believe the Jets have to let him walk, if another NFL team offers a higher-than-market price for the guy, while others think it’s important that Douglas doesn’t shortchange the man in negotiations.

Not only does Berrios have the special teams aspect of his game doing much of the talking, but he also contributed on offense in a unique and exciting way.

Once offensive coordinator Mike LaFleur started to use Berrios as the offense’s premier jet-motion weapon, Zach Wilson and the Jets’ offense began to take off. His absence in Week 18 against the Buffalo Bills made that point as obvious as anything.

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Braxton Berrios FAQ

Who is the New York Jets top jet-motion weapon and kick returner?

Braxton Berrios: North Carolina native Braxton Berrios was the New York Jets kick returner, punt returner and most-used jet-motion weapon from an offensive perspective in 2021. He now enters the 2022 NFL offseason as a free agent.

Which college did Braxton Berrios attend?

Miami (FL): New York Jets wide receiver Braxton Berrios attended and played college football at Miami University (FL), from 2014 to 2017, prior to being drafted by Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots in the sixth round in 2018.

How did the New York Jets acquire Braxton Berrios?

Waivers: The New York Jets claimed wide receiver Braxton Berrios off of waivers, from the New England Patriots, prior to the 2019 NFL season. After a year in New England, Belichick was forced to expose Berrios to the rest of the league, despite his unwillingness to want to do so. Joe Douglas capitalized.

When was Braxton Berrios born?

Oct. 6, 1995: New York Jets wide receiver Braxton Berrios was born on Oct. 6, 1995.

Where did Braxton Berrios grow up?

Raleigh, NC: New York Jets wide receiver Braxton Berrios lists Raleigh, NC as his hometown. He attended Leesville Road High School in North Carolina.

How many all-purpose yards did Braxton Berrios gain in 2021?

1,524: New York Jets wide receiver Braxton Berrios gained 1,524 all-purpose yards in 2021. He caught 46 passes for 431 receiving yards, added 40 rushing yards, went for 201 punt return yards, and accumulated 852 kick return yards for an NFL-leading 30.4 kick return average, which earned him first-team All-Pro honors.

How many touchdowns did Braxton Berrios have in 2021?

5: New York Jets wide receiver Braxton Berrios scored five touchdowns in 2021 (two receiving, two rushing and one on special teams).

What is Braxton Berrios' contract situation with the New York Jets?

2022 free agent: New York Jets wide receiver Braxton Berrios enters the 2022 NFL offseason as a free agent, now that his rookie deal has expired.

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