New York Jets Get Badder With Braylon Edwards

Posted: 7th October 2009 by Christopher Leone in NFL
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ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that embattled wide receiver Braylon Edwards has been traded by the Cleveland Browns to the New York Jets for two players and a draft pick. The move gives the Jets and QB Mark Sanchez another top receiver to line up alongside Jerricho Cotchery and TE Dustin Keller. Thus far this season, Edwards has 10 receptions for 139 yards and zero touchdowns. That's about on par with the numbers of Chansi Stuckey, one of the two players headed to Cleveland. Stuckey has 11 receptions for 120 yards and one touchdown. The team is hoping that Edwards will revert to his 2007 form upon his arrival in New York. That year, he caught 80 passes for 1289 yards and a whopping 16 receiving touchdowns. Like his quarterback, Derek Anderson, he went to the Pro Bowl that year. Edwards, who ...

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