Free agent Braylon Edwards underwent a physical on Wednesday afternoon and is reportedly on the cusp of returning to the New York Jets.
Plus, considering the hideous passer will likely remain Gang Green’s starter, Mark Sanchez and Edwards clicked as a tandem in 2010 and connected for 904 yards and seven touchdowns.
Catching 359 passes for 5,522 yards and 40 scores over 112 games as a pro, Edwards’ size and wingspan helped mask many of the spent Trojans’ throws that otherwise would have landed somewhere in Hollis, Queens.
Further enticing for New York’s brass, Edwards is a solid blocker who can be had for the price of a Vernon Gholston jersey.
Despite being inconsistent on the gridiron and a troublemaker in the streets, Edwards would be an extremely intelligent, resourceful and beneficial signing for the New York Jets.
Ultimately, expect Braylon Edwards to come to an agreement with Gang Green before the weekend and stay employed off Exit 16W in the swamps of Jersey.by