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Edwards on Seahawks: 'I like what they got going out here'

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Newly-acquired receiver Braylon Edwards showed up to Seahawks training camp mere hours after stepping off a flight to Seattle.

"I like what they got going out here," said Edwards to reporters on Tuesday.

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He flew into Seattle a little past 2 a.m. and made it to Renton in time for morning workouts.

"It seems like they have things moving in the right direction, and it's something I definitely want to be a part of," he said.

Edwards brings size and speed to a team that has been looking for a good second receiver. The Seahawks let Williams go before training camp began, saying the veteran receiver had "topped out".

So now the Seahawks have Edwards, who battled injury with the San Francisco 49ers last season, and Antonio Bryant, who has been battling a hamstring injury this year. Add Sidney Rice into the mix, who is coming off of two shoulder surgeries, and it would seem as if coach Pete Carroll were rolling the dice in the receiver department.

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