WR Braylon Edwards won’t start for the New York Jets Sunday night against the Miami Dolphins, because of when he was arrested and not because of his drunken-driving arrest, GM Mike Tannenbaum said on 1050 ESPN Radio.
“We felt he didn’t deserve to start based on the fact that … not for the arrest as much as going out and being out until 5 in the morning,” Tannenbaum said Sunday morning as a guest of Ian O’Connor on 1050 ESPN Radio.
Odd comments considering the players didn’t have a curfew. In fact, the Jets didn’t have practice Tuesday — it was a mandatory day off for the players.
WR Patrick Turner will be on the field tonight for the Jets