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NFL Week 3 live: Expect Braylon Edwards to play 'a significant amount'

Oh, sure, it's not quite the funfest that next week's return of Donovan McNabb to Philly next week will be, but patience, patience, cart belongs after the horse, etc.

Today's big question: How long will Braylon Edwards, arrested last week for drunk driving, play tonight in the Jets' game against the Dolphins? ESPN's Adam Schefter says Edwards will play "a significant amount."

In a radio interview Sunday morning, Jets General Manager Mike Tannenbaum said he found the timing of Edwards' arrest to be the most troubling aspect of it. "We felt he didn't deserve to start based on the fact that ... not for the arrest as much as going out and being out until 5 in the morning," Tannenbaum told Ian O'Connor on 1050 ESPN Radio.

Other burning questions: Is Michael Vick the answer for the Eagles? Are the Texans real? How 'bout them Cowboys? And, speaking of deep doo, what about Favre and the Vikings? What about the clash of unbeatens involving the Steelers and, gulp, the Bucs? Can the Redskins protect McNabb (full circle here) with Trent Williams not playing? Week 3 is on. See your tweets here with #NFLWP.

After the Redskins game, I'll be chatting about the game against the Rams. Until then, see you up here with headlines and jibbajabba.



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By Cindy Boren  | September 26, 2010; 12:56 PM ET
Categories:  NFL  
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