By Ryan Alfieri, Editor
On the surface, it is a perplexing fact that Braylon Edwards is anywhere but Florham Park this August. Not only was Bralyon a tremendous asset during the 2009 and 2010 seasons, but he was effective as a late-season addition last year and would give the team much needed depth at a position of need.
However, there are always reasons why such moves are not made. Bringing in older veterans stunts the growth of younger players, and for a rebuilding team like the Jets, adding older veterans is no way to build a team for the long-term.
So, which one is it? Let’s take a deeper look at both side of the argument.