Fox Sports’ Jay Glazer has details on the players the Browns acquired in exchange for Edwards. The haul includes: two draft picks, WR Chansi Stuckey and linebacker Jason Trusnick.
The two picks are believed to be a 3rd and 5th rounder. Unclear right now if those come in next year's draft, or if they're spread out.
Stuckey is the Jets’ No. 2 WR. This is his third season after being a 7th round pick out of Clemson. He has 130 yards on 11 catches this season.
Trusnick is a back-up linebacker who is mostly a special teams player.
Overall, seems like a good deal for both sides: Jets get a potentially No. 1 WR (although he hasn't produced like a No. 1 since '07 and is plagued by a bad case of the drops), and the Browns get a couple of draft picks and two serviceable pieces. Even if Braylon returns to '07 form in New Jersey, it doesn't reflect poorly on the Browns -- he wasn't producing for them. Why not horde some draft picks before hibernating for a couple years in the rebuilding cave?