Edwards' comeback with the Dolphins last season truly was remarkable, and anyone who spent time with Edwards discovered this is a classy guy with a great work ethic.
But the sad reality is that Edwards very well might find himself looking for a job before the end of training camp.
That's because no matter how inspiring his comeback was, the reality is you're dealing with a running back who has lost his explosiveness because of his catastrophic knee injury.
Edwards has great awareness and instincts as a running back, and that's partly why he rushed for over 1,100 yards as a rookie for New England in 1998.
But that unfortunately isn't enough in the NFL.
It was a bad omen for Edwards late last season when he became inactive after the Dolphins decide to use Ricky Williams on third downs.
Henry isn't likely to see much action this season, but the Dolphins like his potential and they're intrigued by his upside.
As for Edwards, he unfortunately isn't likely to get more explosive and that's why he will have a hard time just making the team.