Big Ten Network takes action after Braylon Edwards' ripped Michigan in tweets
Braylon Edwards will be on the sidelines for an unspecified period of time.
Monday, Big Ten Network took action against Edwards after the college football analyst ripped Michigan during the team’s 24-17 loss to Notre Dame on Saturday night. The network said Edwards will be indefinitely suspended.
Edwards called out players and used an expletive in his tweet.
“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,” BTN said in a statement on Monday.
Edwards said that Michigan’s offense was “predictable,” that Shea Patterson played “scared” and called the program “trash” in the tweet.
Monday, during his weekly press conference, head coach Jim Harbaugh addressed Edwards’ tweet, saying it was “not true” and said it was “disappointing” to hear a grown man was calling out college athletes.