Wide receiver for the New York Jets of the National Football League, Braxton Berrios is a professional in American football. He stands 1.75 meters tall and weighs 86 kilograms. At Leesville Road High School, he completed both his high school education and his football career. Wide receiver with a four-star rating who chose Miami over Ohio State, Clemson, Oregon, and many other Power 5 institutions.
At the University of Miami, he participated in collegiate football for the Miami Hurricanes football team. He participated as a true freshman, accumulating 21 receptions for 232 yards and 3 touchdowns. He contributed to the Seminoles’ first victory over Florida State since 2009 in 2017 by catching two touchdown passes against the Seminoles.
In the sixth round of the 2018 NFL Draft, he was selected by the New England Patriots. He was placed on injured reserve in September 2018. When the Patriots defeated the Los Angeles Rams to advance to Super Bowl LIII, he received a Super Bowl ring. In August 2019, he was released at the final roster cuts. He was picked up off waivers by the New York Jets in September 2019.
He received a 30-yard throw for his first career touchdown during his second season with the Jets. As a kick returner, he received first-team All-Pro recognition. In terms of both kickoff return yards and yards per punt return, he finished the season in third place in the NFL. He re-signed with the Jets for a $12 million, two-year deal in March 2022.
Does Braxton Berrios Have Any Kids?
Braxton Berrios does not have any children currently. He is yet to marry and have kids.