Edwards back with the desperate Jets

The ailing New York Jets have been looking for a receiver all year that could help out Mark Sanchez after Santonio Holmes went down for the season.

Luckily, the Seattle Seahawks released Braylon Edwards Monday from the injury-reserve list.

Edwards played for the Jets in 2009 and 2010 and emerged as one of Mark Sanchez’s favorite targets. He caught 88 passes for 1,445 yards and 11 touchdowns in those two seasons with the Jets.

Seeing that the Seahawks released Edwards, the Jets desperately signed him in hopes that he could be a spark plug in a playoff run for the Jets. This comes weeks after Edwards called the Jets front office a bunch of “idiots”. Desperation is an understatement.

With the Jets remaining schedule being very weak, let’s see if Edwards can help this team or just add to the circus it has become.

Topics: Braylon Edwards, Mark Sanchez, New York Jets, Santonio Holmes, Seattle Seahawks

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