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!
Ah, trash talking in the Jets locker room, or in this case, online on twitter and Instagram. Brandon Marshall is doing some fishing to get the corner-backs to talk back that he's going to "EAT" in the red zone drills today. He apparently caught one…
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