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 practice Thursday with a hamstring issue, but passed his physical and coach Rex Ryan is optimistic about his chances to play.
The move to bring Edwards back came a week after he called the Jets' front office ''idiots'' for how the team has handled the struggling Sanchez. All was apparently forgiven and forgotten, with Ryan joking that he has been called ''a lot worse.''