There have been a lot of families in the National Football League. There are the Pouncey Brothers, the Matthews family and of course the Watt family. But while the Watts have three current players in the NFL, there is one family that has two brothers on the same team.
That would be none other than the Edmunds family. Tremaine, the youngest of the three, was drafted in the first round of the 2018 NFL Draft to the Buffalo Bills, while Terrell, the middle of the trio, was also taken in the first round by the Pittsburgh Steelers. The oldest brother, Trey, went undrafted to the Buffalo Bills before finding his way to the Steelers last season. He remains in Pittsburgh in hopes of finding a spot on the 53-man roster as a running back.
So, what is it like having all three brothers in the NFL? What is it like having brothers on the same team? What was draft night like with both Tremaine and Terrell having their names called?
The three brothers were guests on the NFL Network show “Good Morning Football” and talked about this, as well as other things. Check out part of the interview:
The Edmunds brothers speak about their historic #NFLDraft night and being roommates in Pittsburgh on @gmfb.@rell_island6 | Trey Edmunds pic.twitter.com/hsyTTO0qR2— Pittsburgh Steelers (@steelers) June 26, 2019
And just for fun, the brothers were asked a series of ‘not so serious’ questions. Take a look at some of their answers:
Which Edmunds brother is the favorite son?— GMFB (@gmfb) June 26, 2019
Yes, we actually have an answer. @rell_island6 | @maine_savage23 | Trey Edmunds pic.twitter.com/SMAVbCvcTx
For the Steelers, they are hoping for big things from Terrell in 2019, his sophomore season, but while Trey has impressed so far in offseason workouts, he has an uphill climb to make the 53-man roster due to a crowded backfield with the likes of James Conner, Jaylen Samuels and Benny Snell Jr. seemingly locks to make the team.
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