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One Jet At A Time:
Jets' newest TE Kellen Winslow, Jr. has joined the fan cause to re-sign, or 'bring back' WR Braylon Edwards.
— Kellen Winslow Jr. (@KellenWinslowJr) July 22, 2013
While I, personally, do not believe the Jets should turn back to Edwards for a wide receiver answer, you have to tip your hat to Winslow's support of his former Browns teammate.
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When the Jets signed free agent tight end and former Brown’s first round pick Kellen Winslow Jr., the fan base had a mixed reaction of excitement and skepticism. Most of the excitement stemmed from the lack of adding anyone remotely talented at the tight end position and the skepticism was due to Winslow Jr. barely playing in the NFL last season. The main concern with Winslow is...
Yes, the fan-favorite WR may be making a return to Gang Green, after all. Reports are out today, from several sources, that the receiver is being checked out by Jets staff.
Last season, Braylon returned to the Jets after being waived by the Seattle Seahawks for an apparent hamstring injury. As he is aging, it'll be important to make sure Braylon is healthy enough to perform...
According to Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News, the Jets are giving free agent wide receiver Braylon Edwards a physical. It looks like they’ll be bringing him back.
Braylon Edwards is taking a physical for the Jets today, I'm told. A reunion is forthcoming #nyj
— Manish Mehta (@MMehtaNYDN) July 24, 2013
This only makes sense since both Santonio Holmes and Stephen...
It would seem Eric Wright didn't take the Bucs front office seriously.
If "Toes on the Line" was anything, it was a message; Don't test Schiano's resolve.
In further proof these are not the same old Bucs, Tampa Bay Buccaneers released CB Wright a week after a DUI in California, and you get the feeling if his position was anything except cornerback...
Manish Mehta reports that the free agent WR Braylon Edwards in the process of taking a physical with the Jets and are on the verge of signing him.
Edwards, 30, has not generated any interest during the offseason, but there has been some speculation about him returning to the Jets.
Santonio Holmes is coming off of a season-ending injury and even with him in the mix, you could make...
The Jets love to reach back into their past.
The New York Daily News is reporting that Braylon Edwards took a physical with the Jets on Wednesday, and if he passes it, he’s expected to sign with the team.
Assuming Braylon Edwards passes his physical, he will be a Jet again, I'm told. #nyj
— Manish Mehta (@MMehtaNYDN) July 24, 2013
This will be the third go round for the Jets and Edwards.
Currently undergoing a physical, free agent Braylon Edwards is reportedly on the cusp of returning to the New York Jets. Claimed by New York off waivers after getting clipped by the Seattle Seahawks last December, Jets general manager John Idzik must ink the 30-year-old Edwards because he neglected to address the wide receiver position during April’s draft. Although the 2007 All...
Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News points out on Twitter Monday afternoon that although Braylon Edwards wasn’t one of the wide receivers trying out for the Jets Monday, he is still on the team’s radar.
Wide receivers Laurent Robinson and Austin Collie were among the multiple players trying out for the Jets. Even though that list doesn’t include Edwards, he still could...
There are reports this afternoon that free agent receiver Braylon Edwards is in New York taking a physical with the Jets. If all goes well the Jets will likely sign him and throw him right onto the practice field. Braylon should compete for snaps right away as wide receiver is the Jets weakest position and they’re without Santonio Holmes for a while. If healthy he could have...
BY NICK ST. DENISWell, it's about time.The New York Jets had spent the offseason occasionally tinkering with different free agent wide receiver options. Some visits were reported, other signings were made. But one development that always seemed to be hanging in the background was the team's interest in bringing back Braylon Edwards.According to multiple media reports and...
Receiver Braylon Edwards is expected to re-sign with the Jets as long as he can pass his physical.Fantasy Spin:Edwards hasn't held much fantasy value since his first stint with the Jets back in 2010. Santonio Holmes and Stephen Hill figure get most of the targets, but Edwards is a nice option near the goal line.