It's time for Jets to pay or part ways

One and done for Holmes, Cromartie? Two and adieu for Edwards? Gang must decide

Updated: January 25, 2011, 9:51 PM ET
By Rich Cimini | ESPNNewYork.com

The New York Jets' 2010 offseason was all about creativity, Mike Tannenbaum's ability to acquire talented players despite the "Final Eight" restrictions.

Now it's about commitment.

In NFL-speak, commitment means money, and the Jets will have to open the checkbook if they want to retain wide receiver Santonio Holmes and cornerback Antonio Cromartie, two of last year's marquee pickups.

Tannenbaum, the Jets' savvy general manager, traded for Holmes and Cromartie ...

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