Jets WRs Braylon Edwards and Brad Smith have signed their restricted free-agent tenders, according to a tweet from a New York Daily News reporter.
Both players will have to report to mandatory offseason activities or face a fine as a result. The report indicates both are participating in voluntary workouts.
Edwards was tendered at the highest level and his salary will be $5.005 million next season. Smith's one-year tender is for $1.759 million.
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