Edwards, 30, actually lobbied for the Jets to re-sign him a few months ago. He wouldn’t require much in terms of salary and could at least very provide them with some much needed depth at the receiver position.
Costello refers to the Jets decision to sign Edwards towards the end of the season as a “smart move” given that he worded well with mark Sanchez provided a “strong locker room presence.”
Avery is another player would could come with a reduced cost, which works with the Jets’ limited cap space. Hartline, on the other, could be harder to fit into their finances.