Braylon Edwards Avoids Jail Time Now Waits Fate

Braylon Edwards Avoids Jail Time Now Waits Fate

Braylon Edwards stomach must be full of butterflies.  He was joking about spending so much time in court.  Not only is he waiting the fate of his job, but he just found out that he will NOT be going to jail for violating the terms of his probation.  Bray has been on twitter first congratulating Santonio for signing his big contract with the Jets.

Not Having a Good Day

Later in the day, he tweeted that he was having  rough day waiting it out.  As of this post, no news on a signing on Braylon.

Edwards appeared before a judge in Cleveland Municipal Court Wednesday afternoon to address whether he violated the terms of his probation for a 2010 case when he pleaded guilty to a DWI charge Friday in New York. He had his probation extended one year and must serve 100 hours community service.

He could have served a 180-day jail sentence that had been suspended after he pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor aggravated disorderly conduct charge in Cleveland in January 2010. He was accused in that case of punching a friend of former Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James.

RichCimini
@janesports Braylon Edwards gets 1 year active probation, 100 hours community service for violating terms of probation with DWI. No jail.
7/27/11 2:49 PM
Not the best of days so far...but I'm trying to stay positive!
@OfficialBraylon
Braylon Edwards