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You thought the expression was “Misery loves company.” Well apparently, idiocy does, too, because the Jets have claimed Braylon Edwards off of waivers from the Seattle Seahawks. Either the Jets’ front office pays no attention to social media (yeah, right) or they think that Edwards has spent his off-time being retooled a-la Steve Austin into a better, faster, stronger receiver and therefore being called out by him will be totally worth it.
Don’t blame Sanchez. I played there. Blame the idiots calling shots. Mark is a beast and will probe it when given a proper chance
— Braylon Edwards (@OfficialBraylon) December 4, 2012
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According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, free agent wide receiver Braylon Edwards could end up signing with the New York Jets, who’ve been depleted at the wide receiver position all season.
After winning yesterday’s game against the Jaguars, the Jets are now 6-7 and only a game out of the wild card race. If they sign Edwards it will give them a better chance of making it to the...
The New York Jets signed Braylon Edwards on Tuesday, just a week after the veteran wide receiver referred to the people who run the team as idiots.
After Edwards was waived by the Seattle Seahawks, Gang Green put a claim on him and was awarded with the former 2005 first-round pick (selected third overall by the Cleveland Browns) on waivers, the team announced.
The 6-3, 214-pound...
The Jets have picked up their former wideout, Braylon Edwards off of waivers. Remember it was just last week that Braylon referred to Jets management as “idiots” for the way they’ve handled QB Mark Sanchez.
Apparently the Jets are very forgiving and were trying to trade for Edwards a few weeks before the Seahawks cut him. Two seasons ago Sanchez and Edwards had great chemistry...
Braylon Edwards is back on the field with the New York Jets, and is expected to play against the Tennessee Titans on Monday night.
Edwards was claimed off waivers from Seattle on Tuesday, reuniting the veteran wide receiver with quarterback Mark Sanchez and the team he helped lead to consecutive AFC title games in 2009 and 2010. Edwards was expected to be a limited participant at...
According to Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News, the Jets have claimed wide receiver Braylon Edwards off waivers.
Edwards is back with the team that let him sign with the 49ers last season. What’s really funny is just he just bashed the Jets last week, which likely led to him being released by the Seahawks.
This is just so Jets.
New York is contemplating bringing back their former wide receiver Braylon Edwards, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. Edwards accumulated 1,445 yards and 11 touchdowns in his 28 games with New York in 2009 and 2010.
Edwards recently blasted the Jets‘ front office on Twitter by way of supporting his former quarterback Mark Sanchez.
“Don’t blame Sanchez...
As Braylon Edwards rejoices a reunion with quarterback Mark Sanchez, the wideout's balky hamstring might be a cause for concern leading up to the Jets' Monday Night Showdown against the Tennessee Titans.
The Seattle Seahawks waived wide receiver Braylon Edwards from injured reserve, clearing the way for him to possibly return to the New York Jets, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. This according to league sources.
Even though Edwards criticized New York's organization last week, multiple league sources said the Jets will consider bringing back their former wide receiver, either...
Braylon Edwards is officially a Jet again, the team announced this afternoon.
Edwards, 29, was released off the Seattle Seahawks injured reserve on Monday and joins a Jets team desperate for help at the wide receiver position. Rookie Stephen Hill sustained an LCL sprain against the Jaguars last week, cutting the number of healthy wideouts on the active roster down to three.
The New York Jets released recently acquired running back Khalil Bell. The former Chicago Bear received the most action in his first game as a Jet, carrying the ball 10 times for only 20 yards and catching one ball for 11 yards. Since his first game, over the next four games Bell only received two carries for 12 yards, catching one ball for two yards and a lost fumble.
The team is...
Braylon Edwards was pretty good in 2010, and so was Mark Sanchez. The two have pretty much stunk since. Edwards and Sanchez, who connected on 62 passes, eight touchdowns and more than 40 first downs in the New York Jets' 2010 campaign, were reunited this week after an odd sequence of events."We have a good chemistry together," Sanchez said Tuesday, via the Star-Ledger...
Braylon Edwards last week called the Jets decision makers "idiots" for their handling of Mark Sanchez. Since then Edwards was waived the Seahawks with a hamstring injury and picked up by the Jets.
Coach Rex Ryan made light of his new wide receiver's comments according to Conor Orr of the Newark Star-Ledger.
"With the comment, I look at it this way, (general...
Jets Insider Radio will be broadcasting live on Weds night from 9-11 PM with a full preview of the Jets-Titans game on Sunday. We will also update you on all the latest news coming out of Florham Park including the return of WR Braylon Edwards. Joining us tonight is Metro NY and Yahoo! Sports Jets Beat Reporter, Kristian Dyer who will chat with us about Sunday's game and all...
Will Braylon Edwards make Rex Ryan and Mike Tannenbaum look like idiots or geniuses after claiming him off waivers on Tuesday afternoon?