Braylon Edwards continues his life in NFL free-agent limbo, but the veteran wide receiver has made it clear he'd like to stay in a New York Jets uniform.
"This is where I want to be," Edwards told The New York Daily News Wednesday. "I don't want to go anywhere else and start over."
Edwards said on his Twitter page that his participation in the camp is an indication of his feelings toward the Jets.
Edwards, who joined the Jets via trade during the 2009 season, enjoyed a productive first full season with the team in 2010, finishing with 53 catches for 904 yards and seven touchdowns.
"Who's ego is going to drop their guard for the betterment of the team?" Edwards said.
The Jets remain Edwards' first choice, however. He's open to taking a discount to remain with the team, within reason.