Is Braylon Edwards Going to New York Or Seattle?

Tim CuthbertContributor IApril 5, 2009

OAKLAND, CA - SEPTEMBER 23: Braylon Edwards #17 of the Cleveland Browns celebrates during an NFL game against the Oakland Raiders at McAfee Coliseum September 23, 2007 in Oakland, California. (Photo by Jed Jacobsohn/Getty Images)

Let's talk about the New York Giants and the team's need of Braylon Edwards.

First of all, Edwards has always wanted to become a Giant. Many people think that he wants out of Cleveland because he's not getting enough money or because he wants a team that can win.

I personally think that he wants to be on a team that can win. Also, I think that he wants to become a Giant because he was born New York.

Also, the Giants need or could use Edwards because they released Plaxico Burress. The Giants were not thinking when they released Burress because he is one of the best wide recievers in the league. He is a very athletic player.

The Giants need to regroup their wide recieving corps because they lost their best guy. They can bring in some side kicks that can help them a little bit.

Now let's examine Edwards going to the Seahawks.

First, the Seahawks don't really have a great wide recieving corps, so Edwards could help them out a great deal.

I know that they just signed T.J., but T.J. is too old. He has about two years left in his career.

Then they have Nate Burleson, who gets hurt way too much during the season. Unless he can stay healthy this year, they won't need Edwards but could use him later on during his career.

Edwards has been to Seattle to visit, so apparently Seattle is interested.

There is only one bad thing about Edwards—he wants lots of money, and if he doesn't win he wants a new team. This means that Seattle needs a good year, and maybe he will go to Seattle.

No matter what team he goes to, it will help them out a great deal.