NFL Rumors: Why Cincinnati Bengals Should Give Braylon Edwards a Shot
While youthful talent at skill positions is desired by nearly every NFL team, there's always a need for established veterans on every roster.
They can provide unparalleled insight to promising youngsters and bring a valuable mature presence to the field and the locker room.
The Cincinnati Bengals are one of the AFC's up-and-coming clubs, and they're loaded with young offensive weapons.
Brandon Tate, a reserve wideout, is the most experienced receiver on the roster, and he's entering his entering his fourth year in the league.
Think they could use a seasoned vet in their receiving corps for quarterback Andy Dalton?
At this stage, Edwards would be a nice, low-risk addition to the Bengals offense.
Although the third-pick of the 2005 draft has been a relative disappointment, he'd be able to act as somewhat of a mentor to A.J. Green and coach him on the nuances of playing the wide receiver position with a bigger body.
He could be plugged in as the team's No. 2 or No. 3 receiver while 2012 rookies Mohamed Sanu and Marvin Jones acclimate themselves to the professional game.
Most importantly, he wouldn't be expensive.
He hasn't garnered any major attention during the offseason and would love to catch on somewhere and is coming off a knee injury.
Edwards isn't a game-breaker, but he'd be an exquisite fit in Cincinnati's offense.
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