Drama With Edwards Being Moved Still a Hot Topic

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There has been a ton of rumors this offseason ever since Eric Mangini came along about the team shipping Braylon Edwards elsewhere. The rumors continued recently with the whole “Edwards to the Jets” drama with the Browns getting back running back Thomas Jones and maybe something else in return.

The Browns also have been working out and seeing who is going to catch the ball this season. Tuesday they inked Mike Furrey, who is a decent receiver that can come in and make some plays. They also talked to Drew Bennett, and while he wasn’t inked, that still could happen later in the early summer.

Then there was the high drafting of two pass catchers. They are two young players that can come in and go through growing pains, then hopefully mature in their roles as players that can make plays in this league. Who knows what other receivers the team will talk to by the time it’s all said and done?

So dismiss the Edwards rumors if you want. As they always say – where there’s smoke, there’s fire. The team already dismissed one troubled player this offseason in Kellen Winslow, and now it seems, like it or not, they are at some point going to do the same with Edwards. The question now is what can they really get in return.

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2 Responses to “Drama With Edwards Being Moved Still a Hot Topic”

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  2. ButchGavlen says:

    Well this article is getting old, and still no talk or rumors that I can find. Maybe it’s time for Mr Ed to man-up and show what he really can do. Let’s leave all the college stuff behind in our childhood and show us what it is really all about. No one would love to hear it more than the fans…but it’s got to be real and on the field, period.

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