Braylon Edwards refuses to drop it. Instead, he wants everyone to know exactly how he feels about the Michigan football program.
Following Michigan’s lackluster performance against Notre Dame, Edwards took to Twitter to rip specific players and the Wolverines’ football team.
That tweet was deleted by Edwards but it was too late. On Monday, the Big Ten Network announced that the former Wolverines’ receiver has been suspended indefinitely.
From BTN: “Effective as of Sunday, Sept. 2, Braylon Edwards has been suspended indefinitely from his role at the Big Ten Network due to a violation of the network’s social media guidelines.”
But Edwards cannot drop it. On Monday afternoon, he hopped on Twitter once again to call out Michigan fans who are more “worried” about his original tweet than they are the “real issue.
“So funny that everyone is worried my tweet as opposed to the real issue, 0-17 on the road against ranked opponents, 1-6 against rivals and the one win was against a 3-9 MSU. Last thing i will ask and really think about this before you get mad…is Michigan better than Iowa?”
Though Braylon is certainly entitled to his opinion, it sure does seem like he has an ax to grind with his alma mater.
Check it out:
VIDEO: Jim Harbaugh isn’t letting Braylon Edwards’ off the hook for his comments, saying “come after me” if he’s going to attack anyone on the program.
VIDEO: Jim Harbaugh isn’t letting Braylon Edwards’ off the hook for his comments, saying "come after me" if he’s going to attack anyone on the program. https://t.co/P0m3j259yv
— Maize n Brew (@MaizenBrew) September 3, 2018