NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Pending a physical, wide receiver Braylon Edwards will be suiting back up for the Jets in time for training camp, sources told the New York Daily News.
The eight-year veteran played in ten games for the Seattle Seahawks last season before being waived from the team. Gang Green picked up the former Michigan Wolverine off waivers and he would start in three games, catching 10 passes for 125 yards.
Edwards, 30, will provide a much needed offensive weapon for whoever head coach Rex Ryan decides to start at quarterback. And with Santonio Holmes being placed on the PUP list on Tuesday, relief could not come any quicker.
The Jets will have their first training camp practice in Cortland, N.Y. on Friday.
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