Braylon Edwards is a Seahawk no more.
Seattle has waived Edwards, Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reported and the team later announced. Edwards will be given the waived/injured designation, although it was not immediately clear what the nature of his injury is.
Edwards, who signed a one-year contract with the Seahawks in July, has mostly been a non-factor for the Seahawks this season, with eight catches in 10 games. Edwards was also a non-factor in San Francisco last season, and at age 29 he may not have much left.
We’ve already mentioned Edwards a couple times today, first because he said the people who run his old team, the Jets, are idiots, and then because he apologized for saying that. And now we know why Edwards suddenly realized that it’s not wise to burn bridges.