Daylen Baldwin lands an NFL opportunity

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Former Michigan receiver Daylen Baldwin signed with the Cleveland Browns on Wednesday according to Jordan Schultz.

Baldwin only spent one season with Michigan (2021). He played for Morgan State from 2017-2018, and he played for Jackson State in 2020.

During his lone season in Ann Arbor, he caught 17 passes for 256 yards and two touchdowns.

Baldwin decided to enter the 2022 NFL draft, but went undrafted. He was later signed by the New York Giants as an undrafted free agent and he ended up on the free agent market after not making the team. Now on Wednesday, his NFL dream will live on with the Browns signing him after a successful workout.

The terms of the deal are not known yet, but Baldwin will likely need to have a good preseason in order to make the opening day 53-man roster.

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Story originally appeared on Wolverines Wire