A wide receiver in the National Football League for the New York Jets, Braxton Berrios is a professional in American football. At 1.75 meters tall and 86 kilograms, he is also quite tall. Leesville Road High School was where he attended high school and played football. He chose Miami over Ohio State, Clemson, Oregon, and many other Power 5 institutions as his school of choice despite being a four-star wide receiver.
For the Miami Hurricanes football team of the University of Miami, he participated in collegiate football. As a true freshman, he participated and had 21 receptions for 232 yards and 3 touchdowns by the end of the year. He helped the Seminoles defeat Florida State in 2017 for the first time since 2009 by catching two touchdown passes.
During the 2018 NFL Draft’s sixth round, the New England Patriots selected him. He was added to the reserve injury list in September 2018. As a result of the Patriots’ victory over the Los Angeles Rams to go to Super Bowl LIII, he received a Super Bowl ring. In August 2019, he was released as part of the last roster cuts. He was picked up by the New York Jets in September 2019 off waivers.
He received his career-opening touchdown off a 30-yard pass during his second season with the Jets. As a kick returner, he was named to the first team of All-Pro. In terms of both kickoff return yards and punt return yards, he completed the season third in the NFL. On a two-year, $12 million contract, he returned to the Jets.
Braxton Berrios Parents: Meet Rico Berrios and Lee Berrios
Braxton Berrios was born to parents Rico Berrios and Lee Berrios. His parents keeps their lives away from the public domain so there is nothing else known about them.