|No. 69 Toronto Argonauts|
|Date of birth:||December 10, 1985|
|Place of birth:||Youngstown, Ohio|
|Height:||6 ft 6 in (1.98 m)|
|Weight:||304 lb (138 kg)|
|Career highlights and awards|
Career NFL statistics
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Branndon Braxton (born December 10, 1985) is an offensive tackle for the Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football League. He was signed by the Cleveland Browns as an undrafted free agent in 2009. He played college football at Oklahoma.
Braxton attended Ursuline High School in Youngstown, Ohio. A three-year letterman and two-year starter, Braxton was named a PrepStar All-American, first team all-state, All-Northeastern Ohio and All-Steel Valley his junior and senior seasons. He was rated 53rd in the nation by rivals.com and 6th offensive lineman by PrepStar.
Braxton saw backup action in 2005 as a freshman, but started seven games at right tackle before a leg injury ended his season. He then started seven games for the Sooners the next season before starting every game in 2008 as a senior. Though he didn't earn the recognition of Phil Loadholt or Duke Robinson, he played a pivotal part in leading the Sooners to the BCS National Championship game. He was an extremely dominant post player in rec basketball games. Braxton had double doubles in every game.
Braxton signed an undrafted rookie contract with the Cleveland Browns shortly after the 2009 NFL Draft. He is one of four rookie Oklahoma Sooner offensive linemen who joined the NFL this season. He was waived on August 20. The Browns re-signed Braxton on September 1. He was cut on September 5.
Braxton spent the 2009 season as a reserve offensive tackle in 2009 for the United Football League's Las Vegas franchise. He moved into the starting lineup in 2010 at left tackle. Following the 2010 UFL season, Braxton was signed to the Browns' practice squad. He was later re-signed to a reserve/future's contract for training camp 2011, but was let go in the club's final preseason cuts. He returned to the UFL's Las Vegas franchise in 2011, starting at right tackle.