Jets to resign Holmes and Edwards?

Entering the 2010 season, it seemed pretty obvious that the New York Jets, with Santonio Holmes and Braylon Edwards at WR, would not be able to retain both high-profile receivers for next season.

10 games into the 2010 season, it seems pretty obvious that the New York Jets must find a way to do that.

Speaking to Rich Cimini of ESPN NY, Jets GM Mike Tannenbaum agrees.

“Obviously, they’re both very important pieces to us, both priorities,” Tannenbaum told Cimini.  “We want to keep as many players as we can, but a lot of questions have to be answered. We need to know what the [free agency] rules are.”

With the collective bargaining agreement expiring and the unknown over the salary cap in 2011, it is not worth trying to figure out how the Jets can sign these two WRs right now.  (LB David Harris, CB Antonio Cromartie and WR Brad Smith also could be free agents).

In the meantime, Tannenbaum has reached out to receiver’s agents, letting them know they’re interested in engaging in talks as soon as the rules are defined.

While Edwards has repeatedly expressed his love for New York, Holmes has deflected the question, simply saying: “Ask me in February.”

Topics: Braylon Edwards, Jets To Resign Holmes, Santonio Holmes, Tannenbaum

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  • Pardon_My_Back

    Say it aint so Holmes. I can’t be mad though that man wants a superbowl ring and he will.

  • NEKID

    Edwards loves it in NY because no other team would want him. Too bad he isn’t going to get his ring…Jets are ripe for the pickin’….GO PATRIOTS!!!

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