Leslie Fraizer praises Tremaine Edmunds
During a lighter moment of defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier’s media conference, after he himself discussed Fromm, he had some high praise for linebacker Tremaine Edmunds.
“When you look at the fact that he’s going into his third season, just turning 22, just so young with so much promise ahead of him, he’s achieved so much already,” Fraizer said. “To already be recognized as one of the leaders on our team, on our defense, we’re very fortunate to have him,” he added. “He’s is the epitome of what you want your star players to be.”
Edmunds who, as Frazier mentioned turned 22 back in May, became one of the franchise’ youngest players to ever reach a Pro Bowl last season. Coming off a campaign where he was named a defensive captain, Edmunds recorded 115 combined tackles and an interception. With the sky seeming to be the limit for the former first-round selection in the 2019 NFL Draft, Fraizer is ecstatic with what he has seen so far and expects big things this season.
Entering his third season now, Edmunds has become an unwavering cornerstone of the Buffalo Bills defense. Carrying the torch left behind by now the now-retired Lorenzo Alexander, Edmunds has cemented himself as a valuable asset on the field, but perhaps an even larger on off the field in the locker room.