Free agent receiver Braylon Edwards still hasn’t found a team, but did find another team that was at least interested enough to give him a tryout.
Edwards worked out for the Dolphins, according to Ross Tucker of SiriusXM NFL Radio, who got the news of Edwards’ workout from Hard Knocks supervising producer Ken Rodgers.
According to the Miami Herald, the Dolphins are interested. Edwards hasn’t seemed to draw much interest after a 2011 season in which he caught just 15 passes in nine games for the 49ers, but the Dolphins have already shown with Chad Johnson that they’re looking to add veterans to the receiving corps, and if he’s healthy and motivated, the 29-year-old Edwards could still be a playmaker in Miami.
New Dolphins coach Joe Philbin likes to use a lot of wide receivers in his passing game, and the Dolphins don’t have a lot of depth at the position. Johnson, Brian Hartline and Davone Bess are the current top three receivers on the Dolphins’ depth chart, with Legedu Naanee at No. 4.