• With Keller and Hill out, Braylon may be big for Jets’ offense

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Dec 17, 2012
    The Jets have officially declared starting tight end Dustin Keller and starting wide receiver Stephen Hill inactive for tonight’s game against the Titans, making the presence of the newly acquired Braylon Edwards even more important. In addition to Keller and Hill, the Jets’ inactives are Greg McElroy, Aaron Berry, Bryan Thomas, Damon Harrison and Caleb Schlauderaff. Jets coach Rex Ryan has said that Edwards is picking things up quickly, and ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported that Edwards may even be in the Jets’ starting lineup, depending on which formation the Jets decide to open the game in. Edwards has been with the Jets for less than a week, but that’s how desperate they are for help at receiver. The drive ended with a field goal after what was first ruled as a touchdown pass from Mark Sanchez to Jeff Cumberland was overturned on replay as an incompletion.
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      Braylon Edwards hasn’t even been with the Jets for a week, but he’s already helping them score. On the Jets’ opening drive on Monday night, Edwards caught a 14-yard pass to get one first down, then picked up a pass interference penalty to get anothe

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