After becoming an increasingly pestering headache for the better part of his young NFL career, Braylon Edwards has been dropped by Cleveland and sent to the New York Jets. The Browns finally returned the favor. Edwards, who led the league in dropped passes last season (16), is a textbook example of a talented professional athlete with too little sense and too much arrogance. Included on Edwards' sterling off the field rÚsumÚ are a rookie contract holdout, a trip to the 2006 Ohio State-Michigan football game (Edwards arrived to the game in a helicopter) against the advice of Browns team captains, a night of partying in Miami with suspended Browns WR Donte' Stallworth that ended in Stallworth driving drunk and killing a pedestrian, and a recent physical altercation with a friend of LeBron ...
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