á ItÆs only natural that beleaguered, yet highly-talented wide receiver Braylon Edwards should join rookie quarterback Mark Sanchez on the New York Jets' roster. Both players came to New York courtesy of the Cleveland Browns and their undying quest to build a competitive franchiseùin New York. The Jets acquired the oft-troubled, former Pro Bowl receiver from the Browns in exchange for wide receiver Chansi Stuckey, linebacker Jason Trusnik, and draft picks. Edwards, the third overall selection in the 2005 NFL Draft, may drop some passes but he also possesses the athletic ability and size to be one of the best receivers in the NFL. The 6Æ3ö wideout should be a welcome addition to New YorkÆs offensive arsenal despite his off-field problems. Edwards could form a productive tandem with Sa ...
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