Braylon Edwards will continue to play with the New York Jets after he was picked up on waivers late last season.
Ian Rapoport of NFL.com is one of the multiple sources that has reported on the signing and broke the news on Twitter.
WR Braylon Edwards will sign a one-year deal with the #Jets, per source. A reunion! Should be in camp tomorrow morning.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) July 25, 2013
No financial terms of the agreement have been released yet.
Edwards was picked up by the Jets for the second time in December after being waived by the Seattle Seahawks. During his time with the Seahawks and San Francisco 49ers the previous season, Edwards has just 23 receptions combined for a total of 255 yards and one touchdown. He played in 19 games but only started in six.
His first stint with the Jets was the peak of his career. In 2009 and 2010, Edwards had a total of 88 catches for 1,445 yards and 11 touchdowns, also losing two fumbles.
Edwards spent his first five seasons with the Cleveland Browns, drafted as the third overall pick by them in 2005.
The wide receiver has made more headlines off the field than on, getting in trouble with the law on speeding violations, misdemeanor assault, and drunken driving.