Breaking news out of Cleveland this morning... It's official: The Braylon Edwards era in Cleveland has ended. For weeks, we had been hearing about player fines and grievances, and this morning, we found out who the major culprit was: Mr. Edwards. This weekend's scuffle with LeBron James' friend was the straw that broke Eric Mangini's back, as Edwards has regularly been a thorn in the side of his new head coach. The timing was right. In this weekend's loss to the Bengals, Braylon had zero catches and several drops, while Mohamed Massaquoi had eight receptions, emerging as a solid set of hands for the Browns offense. When you couple this with Mangini's desire for control, ethical conduct, respect, and trying to be Bill Parcells, you knew it was only a matter of time. The deal has not been fu ...
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