9:05 PM EST, Sat November 22, 2014

Jets release LB A.J. Edds, sign cornerback

With a glut of linebackers on the 53-man roster, the New York Jets released A.J. Edds, the team announced Tuesday. Edds played in four games, but didn't see any time on defense. He was used exclusively on special teams, including 21 snaps in Sunday's loss to the Buffalo Bills. The depth chart at linebacker had grown to 10 players, with the return of Antwan Barnes two weeks ago. Rookie Trevor Reilly, out the last two games with a knee injury, could be ready to return this week.

Rex Ryan tweaks Tom Brady for his flop

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- That Tom Brady, he's some actor. Rex Ryan called out the New England Patriots' quarterback for a flop in last week's game, an attempt by Brady to draw a penalty flag. It happened after an overthrow by the New York Jets' sideline. Linebacker Antwan Barnes gave Brady a shove out of bounds, and that didn't sit well with Patriots' guard Jordan Devey, who pushed Barnes to the ground and was penalized 15 yards. Amid the chaos, defensive end Leger Douzable made incidental contact with Brady, who paused a moment or two and fell down.

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