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Bengals are Dropping the Ball if they sign Braylon Edwards

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When The Bengals opted to use their third and fifth-round draft picks on Mohammed Sanu and Marvin Jones in last month’s NFL Draft while also having A.J. Green, Jordan Shipley, Armon Binns, Andrew Hawkins, Ryan Whalen, and Brandon Tate in the fold, it appeared the team would be set at WR for the 2012-13 season. That isn’t the case, as the Bengals are showing some interest in bringing in a veteran WR Braylon Edwards into training camp.

Adam Schefter was the first to report the Bengals interest in Edwards Monday on NFL Live yesterday. As of now, Edwards is recovering from several leg and shoulder injuries sustained last season and is currently in Miami getting healthy and working out.

You’d think after signing Terrell Owens in 2010 that the Bengals would learn that a WR whose talented but is a locker-room cancer can ruin a team in just one year, but they appear ready to take another gamble on another talented yet troubled player.