Rosenhaus says Edgerrin James may not sign until training camp

Edgerrin James' agent, Drew Rosenhaus, posted on the social networking Web site Twitter that the former Immokalee High School and University of Miami star running back may not sign with a new team until training camp late next month.

"Edgerrin James will be taking his time before signing with a new team,'' Rosenhaus said in his post. "We want to make sure his next team is the right team and that decision may not be made until after training camps start. Edge is excited about playing this season & getting back to the Super Bowl.''

James became the first Collier County high school product to play in a Super Bowl when the Arizona Cardinals lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers, 27-23, in February in Tampa. James, who had asked for his release earlier in the season after losing his starting job, was released by the Cardinals after April's draft, and is a free agent.

James' name has come up with the New Orleans Saints and the Philadelphia Eagles since his release, but neither team has appeared to make a serious move to sign him.

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