When Terrell Edmunds was younger, he and his brothers, Trey and Tremaine, would talk about all playing in the NFL one day. A lot of kids do so, dreaming big.
For the Edmunds boys — Terrell, 21, is the middle brother, Trey is two years older and Tremaine two years younger — it would seem like a pipe dream. But Ferrell and Felicia Edmunds raised their boys to dream big. After all, Ferrell had spent seven seasons in the NFL as a tight end with the Dolphins and Seahawks, earning Pro Bowl berths in 1989 and 1990 and an All-Pro nod in 1989.