Braylon Edwards won't be back with the Jets, the New York Daily News reported Saturday, citing a source.
According to the source, Edwards' return "won't happen."
One free agent the Jets could turn to, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, is former Giants and Steelers wide receiver Plaxico Burress. Burress, who was released from prison in June, visited the Steelers on Saturday.
Edwards congratulated Holmes via Twitter but wrote "I would love to be a Jet but the feeling doesn't seem to be mutual with the management."
Edwards removed that post but later added, ""Will always love jets nation no matter what happens."
Edwards posted 88 receptions and 11 touchdowns in 18 games with the Jets over the past two seasons.
Holmes' signing happened on the same day that Edwards had his Ohio probation extended during an appearance in Cleveland Municipal Court.
Edwards, who formerly played for the Browns, was serving 18 months of probation after he pleaded no contest in January 2010 to a misdemeanor charge. He was accused of punching a friend of NBA star LeBron James outside a Cleveland nightclub.
It was during that probation that Edwards was charged with driving while intoxicated in Manhattan.
Edwards pleaded guilty Friday in New York to a misdemeanor DWI charge in a deal that calls for no jail time or probation if certain conditions are met.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.