The New York Jets do not re-sign wide receiver Braylon Edwards, due to financial constraints, the New York Daily News reported Saturday, citing a source.
On Wednesday, the Jets according to Santonio Holmes on a five-year contract reportedly worth $ 50 million, Edwards knew he was not a good sign for him. He said that day that while he wanted to return to the Jets, he was afraid of did not want it.
"I love to be a Jet, but the feeling does not seem to be reciprocal to the management," he wrote on Twitter.
The Jets are reportedly now shift their focus to re-sign cornerback Antonio Cromartie after he lost the race for Nnamdi Asomugha, who signed with the Eagles.
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