Braylon Edwards is back in the NFL to stay.
The wide receiver beat out Terrell Owens to survive the first wave of roster cuts Monday, and he's still standing after the Seattle Seahawks trimmed their roster to 53 players Friday night.
Wide receivers Ricardo Lockette (last year's fourth-round draft pick), Kris Durham and Deon Butler were cut, so Edwards might wind up starting in Seattle. With Doug Baldwin banged up, Sidney Rice, Golden Tate and Edwards currently are the top three receivers. (Baldwin will play the slot when healthy.)