2012 (Wpg): Recording his third straight 1,000 yard season and the fifth of his career, Terrence Edwards was once again one of the main targets in the Blue Bomber aerial attack, finishing second on the team in receiving with 70 receptions for 1,049 yards and four touchdowns. His presence in the huddle was measured by more than just his on-field numbers as he took rookie Chris Matthews under his wing and played the role of mentor for the young receiver, who was named the league’s Most Outstanding Rookie. Edwards started 16 games, missing two due to injury, and surpassed the 100-yard receiving mark on three separate occasions. He also moved up the team’s all-time receiving yardage list into fourth-place with 6,651 yards.
2011 (Wpg): Edwards led the Blue Bombers in receiving for the second year in a row after hauling in 66 receptions for 1,124 yards and eight touchdowns on his way to being named a Divisional All-Star for the third time in his career. Starting all 18 games at slotback, Edwards helped tutor the young group of receivers and recorded three 100-yard efforts while catching at least two passes in every game.
2010 (Wpg): Edwards enjoyed his finest season in the CFL, finishing second in the league in receiving with a career-best 1,372 yards and 12 touchdowns. He developed immediate chemistry with Buck Pierce as he hauled in five passes for 191 yards and two touchdowns in the season opener and eclipsed the 100-yard receiving mark in five different games. He was Winnipeg’s most consistent receiver, starting all 18 games and was named Winnipeg’s Most Outstanding Player as well as a CFL All-Star for the second time in his career.
2009 (Wpg): Edwards added another solid season to his CFL career with 52 receptions for 816 yards in 16 games. He missed two contests due to injury and despite that, still posted three 100-yard receiving games in his third year with the Blue Bombers. He had a season-high 156 yards on six catches on Oct 24/09 against Montreal and overall, registered four games with at least five receptions.
2008 (Wpg): Edwards followed up his breakout season with 76 receptions for 1,010 yards and seven touchdowns and was part of a receiving corps that had three 1,000 yard receivers, with Derick Armstrong and Romby Bryant being the others.
2007 (Wpg): Edwards became a starting receiver with Winnipeg and took advantage of that opportunity by leading the Blue Bombers in receiving with 1,280 yards and nine touchdowns – good enough for second in the league behind BC’s Geroy Simon. He was named a CFL All-Star for the first time in his career.
2006 (Mtl): In Edwards’ first full season in the CFL, he appeared in nine games with the Alouettes and hauled in 33 passes for 393 yards and one touchdown. He also ran the ball twice for 18 yards.
2005 (Tor/Mtl): Edwards was signed by the Montreal Alouettes late in the season following the advice of his brother, Robert Edwards, who was the Als’ starting running back. He played in two games and made six receptions for 44 yards. He attended training camp with the Toronto Argonauts but was among the team’s final cuts.
2002-2003 (NFL): Edwards signed with the Atlanta Falcons in 2002 but was not activated. He made it onto the active roster in 2003 and saw action in six games making one reception for 10 yards, but was later released.
CFL All-Star: 2010, 2007
Divisional All-Star: 2011, 2010, 2007
Georgia Bulldogs (NCAA Div.1 FBS): Edwards was a collegiate standout with the Georgia Bulldogs, totalling 3,093 yards and 30 touchdowns on 204 career receptions – all three all-time UGA records. He broke the 1,000-yard receiving mark in 2002 after starting all 13 of Georgia’s games.
Signed as a free agent on May 24, 2007.