According to New York Newsday, the New York Jets want to keep WR Braylon Edwards next season. Edwards was obtained in a trade earlier this season with the Cleveland Browns.
BobGlauber Newsday reports: Jets to tender Braylon Edwards with 1st, 3rd rd picks as restricted FA next season.
This is a good move. Braylon Edwards has been criticized in the past for dropping passes. He does need to improve his concentration. Don’t overlook that receivers with his size and speed are not easy to replace. He can do things that most receivers can’t. Having Mark Sanchez, Braylon Edwards, Jerricho Cotchery and Dustin Keller together for years to come will do wonders for the Jets passing attack. Add in Shonn Greene and Leon Washington with the offensive line they have in place and they have a lot of weapons that will be used more as Mark Sanchez matures.
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