News broke early today that Browns wide receiver Braylon Edwards, recently caught up in a bit of controversy between himself and a friend of LeBron James, has been traded to the New York Jets. It's a curious move by any standardùyou simply rarely see receivers of his caliber traded a month into the seasonùbut even more curious given the circumstances. While Browns coach Eric Mangini has assured the media and fans that the trade was not the result of his recent misconduct, one has to wonder why they would make the move now, especially a week after giving Derek Anderson, whose superb arm strength makes a deep threat all the more valuable, control over the team once again. Edwards' best season came in 2007, when he finished with nearly 1,300 yards as both he and Derek Anderson enjoyed bre ...
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