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The New York Jets are reportedly interested in bringing Braylon Edwards back, a guy they probably should never have let walk in the first place.
No word on whether the feeling is mutual.
Edwards was a big part of the Jets’ back-to-back appearances to the AFC championship game in 2009 and 2010.
He signed a one-year $1 million contract with the San Francisco 49ers last year that would have increased to $3.5 million with 90 catches or making the Pro Bowl. He was cut on December 27th without achieving either.
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Braylon Edwards back to the Jets?
Back when the San Francisco 49′ers cut Braylon Edwards on December 27th, I asked you readers a serious question. Should the Jets consider re-signing Braylon Edwards in the future? And according to our New York Daily News beat writer, Manish Mehta, the Jets are strongly considering doing just that. With Plaxico Burress in a Jets jersey looking...
The New York Jets are interested in bringing back wide receiver Braylon Edwards, according to the New York Daily News.Edwards signed a one-year deal in 2011 with the San Francisco 49ers and was released prior to the start of the playoffs.Edwards was part of the Jets' aerial attack during the 2009 and 2010 seasons when the team made back-to-back AFC Championship Game appearances...
Occasionally, teams move on from a player only to bring them back into the fold a year or two later, realizing that player just might have been helpful to them after all.
If a source close to the team is correct, the Jets are getting ready to do just that, bringing back wide receiver Braylon Edwards just one season after they chose to let him walk into free agency in favor of signing...
The answer to all Mark Sanchez’s problems might have been with who he was throwing the ball to. Okay, stop laughing.
But in all seriosuness, the New York Jets are not planning to resign Plaxico Burress, who busted out of jail less than a year ago after missing 2 1/2 years of football. Burress but up decent numbers, but not good enough for the Jets management, and it isn’t like...
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The Jets traded in Braylon Edwards for Plaxico Burress last season. It didn’t work out particularly well for anyone. So let’s pretend it never happened. Burress is on his way out of town, and the Jets are interested in bringing back Edwards, according to Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News. Any reunion is…
The New York Jets are reportedly interested in bringing back wide receiver Braylon Edwards.
The Daily News has learned that the Jets are interested in bringing back wide receiver Braylon Edwards, who was an integral piece in Gang Green’s success in 2009 and 2010.