According to league sources, Braylon Edwards has signed his tender offer from the New York Jets, worth $6.1 million. If another team would have signed Edwards, it would have required them to give up a first and third-round draft pick. He was spotted recently working out at the first day of voluntary mini camp.

Noticeably absent from the workouts was RB Leon Washington, but according to his agent, he is still rehabbing his broken leg, and will be cleared to run in 10-14 days.

Other notable players who signed offers: Brad Smith (WR), James Ihedigbo (S)

Other notable players who have yet to sign offers: Kellen Clemens (QB), Wayne Hunter (OT), Drew Coleman (DB)

From an outsider’s perspective: It’s great for the Jets that Braylon Edwards has shown up to work with second-year quarterback Mark Sanchez. Keep in mind that although they were productive last year, it was not even in a whole season. Now that they will be able to get even more chemistry with each other, Braylon could shoot back into the upper echelon of NFL wide receivers.