• Jets still considering bringing Braylon back

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Apr 20, 2012
    Last year the Jets decided they didn’t have any use for wide receiver Braylon Edwards anymore, letting him leave for San Francisco, where he was a non-factor before getting cut in December. Yesterday when discussing the Wide Receiver position and the Jets needs coming out of the Draft, Mike Tannenbaum was pointedly asked about Braylon Edwards, and he told reporters what Bob Glauber from Newsday tweeted above. In fact, Jets General Manager Mike Tannenbaum said shortly after the season ended that he would c...
    • AFC East update: Jets on Tebow, Edwards

      Here are the latest happenings Thursday evening in the AFC East: The New York Jets are not ruling out free-agent receiver Braylon Edwards. The Jets also say new quarterback Tim Tebow doesn't alter their draft strategy. NFL Network analyst Mike Mayock sa…
      Source: ESPN.com
  • Jets: Tebow doesn't overhaul draft strategy

    The New York Jets are planning to use Tim Tebow in a variety of roles on offense, but they claimed Thursday his versatility will have only a "subtle" impact, if that, on their draft plans.
    Source: ESPN.com

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