Braylon Edwards: “There’s nothing going on in Cleveland. There’s no real estate. There’s no social life, no social networking. All the people who have something going on leave Cleveland. So Cleveland has nothing, and I came in there with a New York-type of essence. So what? That was the attitude I came in with. Like, this is who I am. They didn’t like the flash,” Edwards tells Greg Bishop of the Times. Pivotal year for Edwards, who better have cured his case of the drops, or Mark Sanchez will favor Santonio Holmes over the former Michigan star. Jericho Cotchery is definitely the Jets’ best possession receiver. The guess here is that Edwards isn’t kept after this season. [NY Times]
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