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Thread: NFL.com: Marvin Lewis on Braylon: We don't want too many old players

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    NFL.com: Marvin Lewis on Braylon: We don't want too many old players

    [url]http://www.nfl.com/news/story/09000d5d82905961/article/lewis-on-braylon-we-dont-want-too-many-old-players[/url]

    Braylon Edwards looks like the best agent wide receiver on the market. There has been speculation that the Cincinnati Bengals will pick him up, but coach Marvin Lewis threw cold water on that notion Friday. After all, the Bengals may already have enough "old" players.

    "We want to strike the balance with the young players too. I donít want to fill up our 90 spots with all old players," Lewis said. "Weíve got to have some young guys to help supplement the draft picks and so at the end of the day you have an opportunity of guys trending up. We donít want to have too many guys on the other side of their careers."

    Translation: It's time to stop speculating about Braylon to the Bengals. These have to be sobering words for Edwards to hear. It wasn't so long ago he was a young, rising player with a big free agent market. Edwards is only 29 years old, but that's the "other side" of an NFL player's career.

    This is especially true with Edwards. His knee limited him to five starts and 15 catches last year. He might not be fully healthy for another month, so don't expect him to sign with anyone until then.

    Don't expect the Bengals to sign him at all.

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    cut Chaz Schillens, sign Braylon

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    For the 1.5 million or so he will cost it may be worth signing the guy. Problem is I think he and Holmes don't get along and bringing in Braylon will stunt Hill's growth.

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    Another day, another Braylon thread.

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