<strong>July 12, 2005</strong>
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3. Donnie Edwards, San Diego
Pros: He had the league's second-most tackles (150). He had the most interceptions (5) and second-most assisted tackles (52) among linebackers. He has not missed a game in the last six seasons.
Cons: He's entering his 10th season.
Injury History: None in the last six seasons.
Key Stat: He had 13 games with seven or more tackles.
Two Words: Charged Up
Conclusion: Edwards is the tackling machine in Wade Philips' 3-4 defense. The former Chiefs and UCLA standout has 311 tackles in his past two seasons and set a career-high with 20 tackles in one game last year. He also adds turnovers to his high number of tackles, forcing 16 in the past three seasons.
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