Details of Edwards’ deal with 49ers

A look at the contract numbers for the deal Braylon Edwards signed with the San Francisco 49ers shows just how soft the market was for the veteran receiver.

Edward’s deal is really a one-year, $1 million contract, according to a league source, with no guarantees. He can receive a maximum of $3.5 million if he reaches 90 catches or is named to the Pro Bowl.

Clearly, the market and Edward’s off-field issues worked against him.

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